Tuesday: Partly Sunny. 20% Chance of Scattered PM T-Storms. High 94.
Wednesday: Partly Sunny. 30% Chance of Scattered PM T-Storms. High 92.
Thursday: Partly Sunny. 30% Chance of T-Storms. High 89.
Friday: Partly Sunny. 30% Chance of T-storms. High 89.
Saturday: Partly Sunny. 30% Chance of T-storms. High 89.
Sunday: Partly Sunny. 40% Chance of T-storms. High 86.
Monday: Partly Sunny. High 82.
One of the warmest stretches of weather we've seen all summer long will continue for the first week of September.
A Bermuda area of high pressure is in control. This provides a southerly wind over the southeast the keeps heat and humidity locked in. High temperatures will remain in the mid 90's today and the lower 90's tomorrow with low chances for storms.
A weak front will attempt to move into North Carolina on Wednesday. With limited strength, it won't be able to change our temperatures much. There will be a slightly better chance for pop-up storms Wednesday and Thursday, and our temperatures will fall back into the upper 80's late-week.
Another front is poised to move in for the weekend. This too looks to increase chances for pop-up storms, even through widespread significant rainfall looks unlikely. Temperatures drop to the mid 80's by Sunday and lower 80's by Monday.
Our normal high is 84, and our normal low is 66.