Isolated Showers Tuesday

NO SEVERE WEATHER FOR OUR AREA

There remains a chance for showers this evening then just mostly cloudy skies overnight. The air will still be quite saturated, so expect patchy dense fog tonight through Tuesday morning. A surface boundary will stay to our north through tomorrow triggering isolated showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder or two. Any strong or severe storms should stay north of I-85.

Rain moves out by late Wednesday morning making room for partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. We will stay rain-free for the rest of the week as high pressure settles in with the passage of a frontal boundary. Rain chances return briefly to the forecast by Saturday night into Sunday morning ahead of another cold front that looks to exit by Sunday afternoon.

Daytime highs and nighttime lows this week are expected to run 9 to 17 degrees above normal.

Keep smiling,

-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson

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