Lingering morning showers south of Raleigh; highs in mid-80s

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Monday, June 10, 2024 9:14AM
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NORTH CAROLINA (WTVD) -- A few lingering showers are possible south of Raleigh on Monday morning.

It looks seasonable with lower humidity with highs in the mid-80s.

This comes after a level 1 severe weather risk Sunday evening into the overnight south of the Triangle. A cold front moved across central NC, bringing those scattered showers and isolated storms in the evening to the early morning hours on Monday.

The risk was highest along and south of US-64. The biggest threats were damaging winds and hail.


A few lingering showers possible south of Raleigh Monday morning.

Looking Ahead

The heat and humidity will return Wednesday as temperatures soar over 90.

It will drier, hotter and more humid Thursday through Father's Day as of now. The temperatures will reach the low to high 90s.

Rain is also possible later in the week.

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