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As drier air continues to funnel into North Carolina, it will continue to push a frontal boundary farther east and southeast leading to mostly rain-free weather to most of Central North Carolina Sunday and Monday.

An upper-level disturbance swinging into British Columbia tomorrow will move east into the Great Lakes on Tuesday, and then farther to the east Tuesday night and Wednesday. This system will support a weak cold front that should sweep eastward and extend southward into the Tennessee Valley on Tuesday, then across the mid-Atlantic and into the Carolinas on Wednesday. This should lead to an increase in moist, unstable air later Tuesday and Tuesday night. This will lead to an increased chance for a shower or thunderstorm on Wednesday with the approaching front and a good chance of a shower and thunderstorm Wednesday night into Thursday as the front moves through.

Elsewhere around the US and World:

Tropical Storm Harvey is racing westward at about 21 mph away from the Windward Islands. The weak tropical storm brought gusty winds and a few inches of heavy rain to the Windward Island Thursday Thursday night.

The storm will bring gusty winds and a few heavier showers to the ABC Islands into Sunday, then continue moving westward. Harvey could intensify late in the weekend and early next week before moving over Central America around Tuesday of next week.

Another area of low pressure about 300 miles east-northeast of the Leeward Islands could become the next tropical storm during the next day or two. If it does form, it would take the name Irma.

Have a great evening!
Brittany Bell


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