NC High Country Weather Report 7-11-12

Showers have already begun across the region this morning and that will continue for the rest of the day.  You can expect much of the same tomorrow as the culprit, a front  to our south, is stalled across Georgia and the Carolinas.  It will remain there until Friday, when it will then lift off to the north.  What does all of this mean?  Rain.  Today, tomorrow, and Friday all look to be pretty soggy.

High pressure moves in this weekend and we will begin to transition back to warmer weather.  A Bermuda high, typical for this time of year, will set up shop off the Atlantic coast.  Southerly wind flow will dominate, meaning it’s going to be rather hot and humid and there will be the daily chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms.  

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