Typical Summer Pattern NC 6-24-13

A typical summer pattern has taken shape as a Bermuda high in the Atlantic has extended itself into the southeastern US.  The entirety of the work week will be dominated by warm and humid conditions thanks to a southerly wind flow.  You can also expect scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon hours each day.  Basically, it's going to be typical summer conditions.

A cold front will push through the region on Saturday.  Temps will be bumped down a few degrees and showers and cloud cover will persist.  Sunday might see a few leftover showers associated with the frontal boundary but the threat looks low right now.

If you're like me and am already over all of this hot and sticky weather, next week looks to see some improvement.  The models are showing an upper trough near the Great Lakes region that will extend down into our neck of the woods.  This would bring cooler temps into play as well as an increase in precipitation.  It's still a week out so stay tuned.

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