We have observed many days above 90° or greater this past week and we see no real sustained relief until possibly the second week of July. However, we will see a brief cool-down with a back-door cool front working in from the north over parts of the Carolina’s on Tuesday. Do not get too excited though, because this front is weak and will essentially fall apart during the day on Tuesday. However, temperatures will stay in the mid 70’s to lower 80’s across a good portion of North Carolina and part of South Carolina. This will be mainly due to the clouds and scattered storms that will be present from this weak front. This is an atypical type of cold air damming but I would rather call it cool air damming at this time of the year. Cool is a relative term in the summer as normal temps are still around 90° or greater at this time. For those who have not gotten any precipitation in several days, this front will be your best shot over the next few days. Today could feature some severe thunderstorms as well for parts of the area, with the greatest risks being damaging winds, large hail and flash flooding. I am not expecting widespread but about 40-50% coverage is expected today and tomorrow. After this brief cool-down, we can expect to go back into the furnace with heatwave number two commencing and lasting several days.
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