I think everybody is ready for some quieter weather for a little while. Yesterday wasn’t too bad. After some early morning showers we were quiet for most of the day. There were a few showers and storms in the evening, but they fell apart by the later evening. A stationary front drifted a little farther east than expected. Plus, we had some drier air work into the upper level low on the south end. What does that all mean? Well, basically we’ve had some very comfortable air in place since last night. We started the morning with sunshine and temps in the 60s. There were a few 70s to the southeast. It felt great! The stationary front is trying to drift a bit west today. So the humidity might creep up this afternoon.
We’ll have fair skies today, but there may be some isolated showers popping up over the Southside (20%). There is a 30% chance for scattered showers and isolated t’storms over northeast North Carolina. This ia all for the late afternoon into the evening. High temps will rise to the upper 80s with a few 90s inland. All-in-all it will be a nice day. Over the next couple of days the upper level low will leave. Plus, the stationary front will fall apart. So we’ll have quiet weather Wednesday and Thursday. High temps will rise to the low 90s. We’ll heat up a little more Friday into Saturday with highs in the low-mid 90s. The humidity will also increase. So we’ll have a few showers and storms in the afternoons. However, for now, I only have a 30% chance for rain both days. The chance creeps up a little on Sunday. Highs will be in the 80s.
There is still a weak disturbance in the central Atlantic. It has a low-medium chance for formation, but it should stay out to sea either way. Stay tuned!
Meteorologist: Jeremy Wheeler