A frontal boundary approaching from the west looks to become stationary to our north, but may help introduce some drier air along with a Bermuda High. This will bring the humidity down a tad and help limit rain chances Wednesday through Saturday, but the air will still feel quite sticky. Another cold front looks to move in behind the stationary boundary, this one sweeping through the area by Saturday.
Daytime highs will lift into the mid 90s with nighttime lows in the mid 70s through Saturday. There may be a need for Heat Advisories especially in our southern counties as heat indices could top 105+! The cold front looks to cool things down a tad to start next week with highs in the mid 80s to around 90 and lows in the upper 60s to low 70s.
The Atlantic hurricane season remains active with Tropical Storm Omar off the Carolina coast and Tropical Storm Nana in the Caribbean. Neither is a threat to the US. Keeping an eye on two other disturbances way out in the south central Atlantic and the coast of Africa. Will need to watch to see if anything comes of them over the next few days.
-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson
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