Posted by on July 6, 2018

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We have a front that is approaching from the north and will be responsible for the increase in showers and storms the next few days.  When the front clears most of North Carolina on Saturday, we will see cooler temperatures by July’s standards.  Those in South Carolina need to be wary of some slow-moving storms that could produce flash flooding with this approaching front.

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We are continuing to watch Hurricane Beryl and Tropical Depression Three.  We are not sure what effects these systems may have on our weather but they have formed rather quickly and bare watching.

 

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