Hazy, hot and humid for the week as rain chances remain low. There won’t be too many changes in the coming days with similar temperatures and overall conditions settling in. A stagnant pattern will hold up with hazy and humid conditions, again with limited isolated storms around, best chances west of I-95. For the most part though most will be sticking with plenty of hazy sunshine with heat index values around 100 for our afternoons.
A cold front will approach this weekend, increasing the rain chances from Saturday into Sunday. The front will stall across the Carolinas, increasing the rain chances and cooling us off a little to start next week.
Tropical Depression 6 has formed and will likely strengthen into Tropical Storm Fred today. For more on this system, check out our Hurricane page here: https://www.wbtw.com/weather-news/hurricanecenter/
It is still too early to tell of any direct impacts to the Southeastern US.
Today: mostly sunny, hot and humid. Highs: 92-94 inland, 87-88 beaches.
Tonight: Mostly clear, warm and muggy. Lows in mid 70s.
Wednesday: mostly sunny, hot and humid with a few stray storms west of I-95. Highs: 92-94 inland, 87-88 beaches.