Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 6:39AM
Refreshing after Isaias
Isaias made landfall late last night as a Category 1 hurricane near Ocean Isle and races up the East Coast today. In the storm's wake we have a really nice day with a pleasant breeze and seasonal temperatures. That being said, a front slips through from the west late this afternoon and will spark a few isolated thundershowers. The front gets hung up across the NC Piedmont the next few days prompting "scattered" afternoon thundershowers for the remainder of the work week.
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Hi: 77 Lo: 57
A good amount of sunshine; Isolated PM t-showers; NW wind 5-15 mph becoming light at night
Hi: 79 Lo: 59
More afternoon clouds; Scattered PM showers and t-showers; South wind 5-10 mph, but light Wed. night
Hi: 79 Lo: 59
Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers and t-showers; South wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 80 Lo: 59
Afternoon clouds; Scattered PM showers and t-showers
Hi: 81 Lo: 59
Partly cloudy afternoon; Isolated PM showers or t-showers
Sunday - Partly cloudy; Widely scattered afternoon to early evening showers & t-showers; High in the lower 80s; Low near 60 degrees
Monday - Afternoon clouds; You guessed it, more hit or miss PM showers & t-showers; High in the lower 80s; Low near 60 degrees
Tropical Storm Isasias is in southeastern VA this morning and rides west of the I-95 corridor to New York state this evening and into Canada tonight. The storm still has a lot of muscle, but we'll put this conversation to bed after today. I'm glad I don't have to pronounce the name out loud, it's been a struggle :-).
A front on the other side of the Appalachians moves through this afternoon and stalls in the NC Piedmont to Coastal Plain Wednesday through Friday. That's close enough to keep us in a scattered afternoon thundershower pattern the next three days. Drier air is forced south for a spell this weekend as high pressure moves in from the north pushing the front towards the coast. Shower coverage goes down a few notches Saturday and Sunday.
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