I’m sure the last word you want to hear right now is RAIN….so lets talk about SUNSHINE first. Once I get to the rain part, feel free to check out of this blog. My feelings won’t be hurt.. Despite a cloudy start, it’s been a very pleasant Sunday. We saw more sunshine through the afternoon, which helped boost temperatures into the mid-70s. Dewpoints stayed in the mid-50s, so it was quite comfortable from the Eastern Shore, through the Metro, and down along the Outer Banks. Tonight, expect a few scattered clouds with temperatures dropping into the low-60s along the coastline..upper-50s…
Expect a temperature swing within 24 hours.
System that caused all of the flooding is drifting south. We’ll nicer weather later today into tomorrow, but it will be warm and humid.
Rain showers will be more scattered today. Nice weather arrives by the weekend.
Excessive rain, but conditions are slowly beginning to improve.
Lots of flooding in the region this morning.
Heavy rain in our region today. Possible flooding. Also tracking 2 systems in the tropics.
We could see lots of rain in the region as the remnants of Julia meet up with an approaching cold front.
Tracking a soggy start to the week….and of course, keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Karl.
High Rip Current Risk, Sunday showers, and A New Area to Watch in the Tropics
A relatively quiet Friday, but loud in the tropics. We are tracking THREE storms in the Atlantic!
We’ll see a local cool down today. Watching the tropics where there are 3 systems.
Hot, but dry weather today. Cooler temps tomorrow. Tracking tropical storms Julia and Ian.
Gets hotter by Wednesday, but cools down again. Tracking Tropics & the Need for Rain
A little cooler today. Much cooler later this week.