Posted by on July 2, 2018


The heatwave has lasted now for a few weeks, but some relief may be on the way.  The weather data suggests that a high will shift into position to the north of our area toward mid-week.  This will create a hybrid cool air damming scenario for the northern half of North Carolina this time next week.  You must remember that cool is a relative term, since we are now into the summer months in the Southeast.  I am talking mid 80’s instead of mid 90’s, so not per say “cool” but I would suggest just more comfortable.  Also, expect scattered showers and storms each day and a more active pattern overall.  Not everyone will get the scattered showers or storms, but if you find yourself under one, be prepared for it to be locally strong.

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