A cold front advancing into the Carolinas will keep thunderstorms in our forecast today along with hot and humid conditions, with highs near normal in the lower 90s. The front will stall Friday and lift back north on Friday, and you guessed it, plenty more rain chances. Some of the thunderstorms the next few days could be very slow moving, putting down heavy rainfall in a short period of time, even causing some minor localized flooding. The overall severe threat is quite minimal. This weekend and into early next week will continue to be unsettled as disturbances in the atmosphere ripple through the southeastern US. Temperatures should heat up a tad early next week, but likely stay close to average in the lower 90s.
The tropics remain quiet for now.
Wednesday, mostly cloudy, showers and storms likely, highs 87-92
Wednesday night, mostly cloudy with some lingering rain, lows 76-79
Thursday, mostly cloudy with shower and storms likely, highs 85-88
H: 1:33pm L: 7:33pm
Today's Record Temperatures