Chance for a few showers this morning, but we will gradually clear up this afternoon. Expect mostly cloudy skies today, and temperatures in the upper 70s.
Scattered showers will move through the region as low pressure to our south moves eastward. High pressure then takes over for the weekend, bringing with it seasonable temperatures and ample amounts of sunshine.
Partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 70s expected today. Showers enter the 4State late afternoon.
An area of low pressure will move eastward tomorrow, bringing with it a chance for some rainfall in the region. It'll exit by Friday afternoon, allowing for high pressure to take over just in time for the weekend.
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Clouds will dissipate as we head into the afternoon hours. Temperatures will warm up to the mid 80s.
High pressure holds serve through tomorrow evening, but an area of low pressure will move into the region by Thursday evening. High pressure takes over for the weekend, and seasonable temperatures will also return after a brief cool down.
Clouds will gradually dissipate this afternoon, leaving us with a bright and warm day.
Pop-up showers and thunderstorms are possible tonight as a cold front moves through the region...a few storms may be strong to severe in nature. Weak high pressure takes over into Wednesday before more rain moves in.
Mostly to partly sunny skies expected for the better half of the day. Chance of showers and thunderstorms tonight.
Mostly clear skies tonight, with lows dipping down into the mid 60s. Monday will start off sunny, but there is a chance for evening showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 80s expected this afternoon. Chance of wet weather Monday night.
A cool and quiet evening is up ahead, with temperatures expected to dip down into the mid 60s.
A weak cold front will clear out of the 4State later today. Mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid 80s expected this afternoon.
We are on our way to a fantastic weekend, complete with ample amounts of sunshine and seasonable temperatures. We'll start the next work week on a mainly dry note, but storms do pop up towards the middle of next week.
Mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 80s expected this afternoon. If you missed the Blue Moon this morning, you have another chance to see it tonight!
A cold front has left a few clouds around this morning but high pressure settles in through the weekend.
Following the passage of a cold front, drier air will move into the Mid-Atlantic thanks to an area of high pressure. Cooler air, however, will be in short supply as high temperatures stay at or above average.
A cold front will gradually approach and pass through the region over the course of the day tomorrow, bringing with it a chance for some thunderstorms. Afterwards, we'll continue to feel the heat, but humidity levels will drop.
High pressure continues to funnel in warm southerly flow and a few spots in the SW could see a spotty shower or storm today.
A few thunderstorms are possible tomorrow, with a better chance for rainfall arriving with a cold front on Thursday. We stay dry and hot through the weekend afterwards.
High pressure keeps most of the region dry today aside from a stray shower or storm to the Southwest.
Heat and humidity will stick around through the first half of the work week. A cold front will move through the area on Thursday, giving us a chance for some thunderstorms overnight and a break from the humidity afterwards.
A stationary front to our west will bring in unsettled conditions today - partly sunny, humid, and the chance of storms this afternoon.
The weekend remains mainly dry, but heat and humidity will return throughout the region. A few storms are possible late on Sunday, but the better chance for rain arrives on Monday. As we go through next week, we also remain rather hot.
High pressure continues to keep the area dry today, but things will change over the weekend.
High pressure won't be going anywhere for a little while longer, but a change is on the way. Heat and humidity will arrive first, then a chance for some rainfall will follow suit as we get ready for the next work week.
It was a bright an early morning at Camp Sinoquipe, and the Mason-Dixon Council of the Boy Scouts of America start their morning with a cool dip in the lake.
High pressure will continue to keep the area sunny and dry today.
High pressure will continue to hold serve for the next couple of days, bringing us sunnier skies and seasonable temperatures. Our next chance for rain doesn't come into the picture until late Sunday.
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A ridge of high pressure will bring in a comfortable air mass today with temps in the 80's!
Following the passage of a cold front through the night, we'll be treated to a wonderful stretch of weather. Seasonable temperatures and lower humidity levels will remain with us through Sunday morning.
A cold front moves closer to the region today bringing us the chance of showers and storms.
Our first heat wave of the year is officially underway, and we may see day #4 tomorrow. After a cold front pushes through the region tomorrow evening, high pressure takes over, and a more comfortable air mass comes with it.
A weak cold front will move into the area this afternoon giving us the chance of an isolated storm this afternoon and evening.
The weekend can be summed up in three words: Hot, humid, and unsettled. We don't get too much relief from the summer muggies as we go to the next work week as well.
A warm front will pass to our north today, bringing in southerly flow behind it increasing the humidity.
High pressure slowly moves eastward, allowing for warmer temperatures to return tomorrow. A warm front lifts through the area by Saturday, bringing with it extra heat, humidity, and a few thunderstorms.
The second half of the work week can be characterized in one word: Beautiful! Unfortunately, the weekend...and the next work week as well...won't be as beautiful.
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A cold front will move to our SE today while high pressure begins to build into the 4State for the end of the week.
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for parts of the region until 1 A.M. Wednesday. Once a cold front and its associated area of low pressure move to the east, we'll gradually dry out and clear out just in time for the end of the work week.
A warm front will bring in warmer and humid today and give us the chance of storms this evening.
A warm front will lift to the north tomorrow, giving us a chance for stronger thunderstorms to pop up later in the day. High pressure, however, takes over for the second half of the work week.
A stationary front will move closer to the area today and give us the chance of seeing some heavy rain.
A flash flood watch is in effect for southern and western portions of the region tonight, as low pressure tracks eastward. We'll dry out on Sunday, but more unsettled weather is on the way afterwards.
After a very active afternoon and evening, we'll gradually calm down and dry out overnight. High pressure builds eastward, giving much of the region a multi-day chance at some pleasant weather!
Another round of showers and thunderstorms will move in tomorrow as low pressure tracks to the east. Afterwards, though, we finally get a break in the action...and it may last us the entire weekend!
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