ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras
92° Mostly Cloudy Feels like: 92°
- High: 92° - Low 67°
- Wind: From NNE at 4mph
- Humidity: 35% | UV Index: High
- Dew Point: 61° | Pressure: 30.17 in
Updated 3:15 pm May 28, 2015
Scattered storms and temperatures around 90 degrees, summer has come early.
ABC7 Belfort Furniture Weather CenterUpdated 12:52 pm
- Storms End Late, Warm and Muggy
- Lows: 60s to Near 70
- Wind: NE 5 m.p.h.
- Partly Cloudy, Iso. PM Storm
- Highs: Mid 80s
- Precipitation: 30%
- Partly Cloudy, Isolated PM Storms
- Highs: Upper 80s to Near 90
- Precipitation: 20%
As expected…it’s another unseasonably warm and humid day with showers and a few thunderstorms popping up. High pressure holds stationary off the North Carolina Coast. So, the sustained flow of very warm air continues to be pulled across our area. The thunderstorm pattern is developing later in the afternoon than it did yesterday, so chances are they will continue later into the evening.
Tomorrow and Saturday will be variations on the same theme, weather-wise. It will be partly cloudy with highs in the middle 80s tomorrow and upper 80s on Saturday. Rain and thunderstorm chances will be a bit lower tomorrow and lower still on Saturday.
Looking ahead to Sunday, showers and thunderstorms will be likely during the afternoon and evening as a cold front approaches the region. Temperatures will hold in the 80s. But on Monday, it will be much cooler. Under mostly cloudy skies, temperatures will climb only into the upper 60s. That is well below average for the first day of June. There will also be a chance of a few morning sprinkles or light showers before skies begin to clear.
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