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The weather will remain generally rain-free through tomorrow.

Temperatures will come down a couple more degrees today as the low-level winds turn more out of the east. Still, it will be near 90 F in the afternoon with moderate humidity.

As the flow becomes more southwest tomorrow, look for temperatures and humidity to kick up another notch. It still will be dry in most of the area, though a late-afternoon or evening thunderstorm can't be ruled out.

On Friday, a cold front will approach and collide with our very warm, humid air mass. This will cause the likelihood of strong showers and thunderstorms. The SPC has the entire state of North Carolina under a slight risk for severe weather.



Biggest threat ATTM would be from damaging winds. The front may hold up long enough to keep more clouds than sun and a shower or thunderstorm in the area on Saturday, but that is not yet set in stone. Even so, it will be cooler Saturday.

Sunday looks like a nice, dry day with temperatures rising only into the mid 80s with lower humidity. It will be the better of the two days of the weekend for outdoor plans.

Have a great hump day!

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