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Forecast Last Updated at Friday, June 5, 2020 at 5:40PM
More T-Storms Around
Afternoon showers and thunderstorms have developed and will weaken as we head into the evening hours. The weekend features drier weather with a good deal of sunshine. Temperatures will remain quite warm through Sunday. Perhaps some of Cristobal’s moisture affects us by the middle part of next week.
Hi: 81 Lo: 65
Maybe an evening shower or thundershower left over; Partly cloudy; Light NW wind
Hi: 85 Lo: 64
Plenty of sunshine & warm; Can't rule out a daytime shower or thundershower; Light NW wind
Hi: 84 Lo: 63
Mostly sunny; Nice weather to be outside; Light NNW wind
Hi: 80 Lo: 64
Partly sunny; More nice weather
Hi: 80 Lo: 66
Partly sunny with widely-scattered PM & nighttime showers & thundershowers
Wednesday - Partly sunny; Scattered showers & thundershowers, mostly PM; High in the upper 70s; Low in the mid 60s
Thursday - Mostly cloudy with showers & thundershower likely during the daytime; Partly cloudy Thursday night; High in the mid 70s; Low in the upper 50s
A cold front is sagging southward and will push through the Carolinas on Saturday. Ahead of the front today we have seen the development of scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon. The showers and thunderstorms continue into the evening, but a weakening trend will be observed.
Even though the front will be pushing through on Saturday, we expect most of the action and energy to be expelled over our area today, so Saturday will be less active than Friday.
We’ll be behind the front on Sunday, with ample sunshine and more warm temperatures expected, perhaps with slightly reduced humidity levels, however.
Early next week will be quiet but with some clouds. However, we will be watching Tropical Depression Cristobal re-emerge over the Gulf of Mexico, probably making landfall along the Louisiana Gulf Coast Sunday night as a tropical storm, then heading almost due north from there. While direct impacts from Cristobal are not expected, the trailing frontal zone/trough will push through here on Thursday, enhancing our shower and thundershower potential with the increased tropical moisture availability.
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