Things have looked pretty good out east over the past week or so. Will our good fortune continue with this forecast?
At 454PM, ET, Burlington was reporting clear skies with a temperature of 80 degrees. Some showers and storms associated with disturbed flow caused by the Gulf Stream are cropping up over the Outer Banks, but inland, no significant weather is expected. Dew points in the 60s suggest a chance for some haze this evening into tomorrow morning, however.
An area of high pressure is building south from the Great Lakes, and will squeeze the ambient moisture to induce some ridge riding showers and storms at the southern base of the system. The showers and storms will be mostly to the south of Burlington, however, a shortwave developing at the surface will move through north Georgia and eventually into North Carolina late on Sunday.
Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 83, Low 59
Sunday – Showers and thunderstorms late, otherwise mostly sunny, High 81, Low 60
TWC: Tomorrow – Sunny High 80, Low 60
Sunday – Isolated T-Storms High 77, Low 58
AW: Tomorrow – Patchy fog in the morning; otherwise, partly sunny High 82, Low 58
Sunday – Variable cloudiness with a shower or thunderstorm around, mainly later High 78, Low 60
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 79, Low 60
Sunday – A slight chance of showers after 2pm. Mostly cloudy, High 77, Low 60
WB: Tomorrow – rtly sunny. High 81, Low 59
Sunday – Mostly cloudy. A slight chance of showers in the afternoon High 78, Low 61
Seems sort of nice in the southeast, if you were to believe the last verification and this forecast, September in the south seems awfully nice. A little cloudy east of Burlington with some on shore flow.