A Little Relief For Weekend

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A weakening cool front will move over the Appalachians this evening and move northwest to southeast across the region tonight and early tomorrow. There will be a few hit-and-miss showers and thunderstorms forming ahead of and with the front tonight. The strongest thunderstorms will occur well north and west of Central North Carolina this evening then what is left of this activity will work west to east across central North Carolina.

By tomorrow morning, the front will be just east and south of the Triangle and as the front moves farther east into a very warm and steamy air mass spotty showers and thunderstorms will once again develop mostly near and east of the I-95 corridor.

Drier and more stable air moving into the Ohio Valley and Tennessee Valley will move east and south during Saturday and Saturday night.
The western half of central North Carolina should have a mostly dry day tomorrow with the spotty activity staying east and southeast of the Triangle. The greatest chance for shower and thunderstorm development will be over eastern North Carolina. This weak surge of dry stable air should bring mostly rain free weather to most of central North Carolina Sunday and Monday. Humidity levels will drop a little bit tomorrow and Sunday, so we should not see the excessively high heat index values that we've had the last couple of days. Highs tomorrow and Sunday will be in the low 90s. But right now it looks dry for the Eclipse on Monday!

Have a great weekend!


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