A stationary front across the East will not move for the next several days, resulting in more shower and thunderstorm activity. The intensity of the storms will vary from day to day. Because of the clouds and the chances for rain, expect temperatures once again to fall short of 90 degrees. That's not necessarily a bad thing, as the humidity more than makes up for the slightly cooler weather. In fact heat indexes with feel like 90 degrees despite the clouds and showers.
The good thing about the rain...is we seem to forget the agricultural interests that depend on the rain. And you may have noticed our fire danger had be nonexistent this summer. Last year it was a different story with the persistent fire on the Outer Banks and very little relief from mother nature.
At this point there doesn't seem to be a break in the wet weather in the near future. And as long as this is the case..90 degrees might be tough to see in the near future.
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