Stephanie's Sunday Forecast 8/17/14

Stephanie's Sunday Forecast 8/17/14

High pressure will move off the coast today and we're tracking two systems that will approach the region -- a cold front to our North and a low pressure system to our West. Some spots will see showers and possibly a thunderstorm today, but most the 4State will remain dry...

The chance of afternoon storms and showers will be limited today as the front that will pass through the 4State remains very weak, but a scattered shower cannot be ruled out of the forecast.  Another cold front will push through the region Monday into Tuesday, bringing with it the possibility of some heavy rainfall.  We have an unsettled week ahead with the chance of storms or showers almost everyday.  Temperatures will mostly likely still remain below average for this time of the year, and humidity will increase into Monday. 

 

Sunday:  A weak disturbance will pass the region bringing with it the chance of isolated thunderstorms but most spots will stay dry,  partly sunny.  High:  85,  Low:  60. 

 

Monday:  Partly sunny with the chance of evening thunderstorms/showers as low pressure system  begins to push through the region.  High:  83,  Low:  67.

 

Tuesday:  A chance of storms, mostly cloudy.  High:  80,  Low:  63. 

 

Wednesday:  A chance of showers.   High:  82,  Low:  65. 

 

Thursday:  A chance of rain showers, partly sunny.  High:  82,  Low:  66. 

 

Friday:  A chance of storms.  High:  82,  Low:  65. 

 

Saturday:  A chance of showers.  High:  80,  Low: 59.


--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine

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