The Scattered Showers and Storms Continue NC 6-28-13

The 5 day forecast looks much like the past 5 days…warm, humid, and a daily chance of afternoon scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Personally, I am loving this weather as we aren't seeing the blow torch conditions of the past two summers.  Folks in the western part of the country are dealing with that.

A cold front will approach the region today.  Ahead of it, we remain in a warm and humid airmass.  In general, cloudy skies will prevail but there could be some intervals of sunshine.  Showers and thunderstorms are likely this afternoon and evening, with some being severe.

The cold front will move through early tomorrow but will stall out just to our east for the duration of the weekend.  At the same time, an upper trough will situate itself over much of the eastern US.  The combination of the two will keep scattered showers and thunderstorms in play for the weekend.  Make sure to check the weather before you head out for any outdoor activities.

Next week sees the continuation of unsettled weather.  The Bermuda High in the western Atlantic will once again ridge itself west into the Carolinas, ushering in a tropical airmass.  Each day has a good possibility of showers and thunderstorms.  Cloud cover looks to keep temps in check though as highs should be normal for this time of year.

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