Humidity Temperatures Rise Tuesday Cold Front Arrives

Humidity Temperatures Rise Tuesday Cold Front Arrives

Humidity Temperatures Rise Tuesday Cold Front Arrives

Humidity Temperatures Rise Tuesday Cold Front Arrives

The weekend has come and gone with hardly a cloud in the sky and perfect conditions for July. Lots of sun, reasonable temperatures, and low humidity dominated the weather scene. Tonight will be another nice night of clear skies and temperatures in the upper 50s to middle 60s in the warmer urban areas.

We head into Monday where temperatures will rise and so will the humidity but not to anything unreasonable. Monday will be very warm but still rather comfortable with dew points in the 50s. Temperatures will reach the mid to upper 80s in many locations. The satellite loop remains cloud free and the radars remain nice and quiet.

EASTERN SATELLITE

storm free

REGIONAL RADAR

storm free

Tuesday will be a hot and rather humid day with sunshine and a few clouds with the chance for a late day thunderstorm as the next cold front moves through. Highs should reach into the lower 90s away from the ocean.

Humidity Temperatures Rise Tuesday Cold Front Arrives

This front doesn’t have the same kind of dry cool air behind it but it will be enough to ease temperatures somewhat Wednesday and Thursday. Highs both days will be in the low to mid 80s with more of northeast wind. The passage of what should be Hurricane Chris offshore will probably keep winds northeast and allow for cooler temperatures but it should be dry both days with at least some sunshine. It looks as if temperatures will still be topping out in the 80s Friday and Saturday with at least some sun both days. Winds will turn more southwest at this point which means humidity levels will be coming up. Hurricane Chris will not impact our area except it will likely kick up the surf somewhat later this week so vacationers and beach goers should be aware of this as there will likely be rip current risk at area beaches.

Tropical Storm Chris continues to sit off the North Carolina coast and it is becoming better organized with top winds of 50 mph. It is likely to become a hurricane on Monday. JOESTRADAMUS has more on Chris and what impact if any it will have on our shoreline later this week.

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