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Good morning everyone and what a glorious day it is. Aside from some patchy fog scattered about, we have a very sunny, warm and pleasant day ahead. We’ll get to do it all again tomorrow, then Sunday is back to it’s old tricks.


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Any patchy fog leftover in spots will dissipate over the next couple of hours, giving way to full sunshine like the rest of us. We’ll have a steady northwesterly flow, which will help dry things out humidity wise, and help boost us into the 80-85 range in most spots. Near 80/low 80’s will be more common, but you could see a few 85 hits here and there.


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We extend the good stuff into tomorrow, but the wind profile will be different. Expect full sunshine again, but a developing southerly fetch will help creep up the humidity a little bit; and a seabreeze could also be a factor along the immediate shore. Highs 80-85 again tomorrow, but cooler at the shore compared to today.

Clouds increase tomorrow evening/night, and we’ll have the slight chance of showers moving through as our next system heads our way. The action should be widely scattered, but a few rumbles of thunder may mix in.

I still believe on Sunday that any rain we get comes in two parts; one early in the morning, then maybe another shot of showers and storms possible late in the afternoon onward. In between, we could see a brief shower at any time, but I don’t think the day is a washout. We should see a little bit of sunshine and that will dictate how our temps will go. For now, I’ll say 75-80, and that may need to be scaled back or boosted 3-5 degrees depending on the sun.


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The good thing about Sunday’s system is that by nighttime, it’s gone. Low pressure well to the north of us may be stubborn for 12-18 extra hours, but that’ll actually help usher in high pressure with cooler and drier air. Midweek was looking iffy, but I think at this point we string together a nice Monday, Tuesday, AND Wednesday, before our next system arrives.

Monday and Tuesday are looking seasonably cool and dry, highs in the low to mid 70’s with a nice breeze. Then I think the sun sticks around for most of Wednesday before clouds increase late. We could see upper 70’s to low 80’s, and we also notch up the humidity a bit as our next system arrives.

If you saw my live video yesterday on Angry Ben’s Angry Weather on Facebook, I discussed how things get unsettled again and that idea remains strong. A ridge will re-establish itself over the Southeast, creating another heatwave for them; and another situation for us in terms of areas of thunderstorms and big temp swings/varying conditions. This process should start between Wednesday night and sometime Thursday, and I don’t think we kick it out till some time between next Sunday and that following Tuesday.

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