High pressure will continue to dominate our weather keeping it very nice and pleasant for this time of year! Temperatures will remain seasonal with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s and lows in the lower to middle 70s. Humidity will remain lower for a little bit longer before creeping back up this weekend. As the high pressure weakens at the end of the weekend, our chance of afternoon showers comes back into the forecast with a slight chance beginning Sunday. A lot remains uncertain about the long term forecast by the middle and later part of next week due to possible tropical impacts.
Gaston has become the third hurricane of the season and is about 1225 miles east of the Leeward Islands. There is a tropical wave (Invest 99L), which is near Hispaniola, causing heavy rain and gusty winds for that area. Development will be more likely over the next five days (80% chance) as it heads in the general direction of the Bahamas by the weekend.
Thursday, very nice with a few passing clouds, highs near 90.
Thursday night, mainly clear with near average temps, lows in the lower to upper 70s.
Friday, sunny and seasonable, highs in the low 90s.
H: 2:42pm L: 9:07pm
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