Charlie’s First Alert Forecast: Heat and humidity all weekend

Temps will soar to the mid 90s by tomorrow afternoon
Published: Jun. 15, 2020 at 9:05 PM EDT|Updated: 4 hours ago
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Forecast Discussion: Higher humidity and stronger southwesterly winds will take yesterday’s highs in the upper 80s and raise them to the mid 90s this afternoon. This additional heat coupled with the humidity will make the “feels like” temp reach near 100°, so if you plan on spending extended time outside today, make sure you hydrate. A stray sea breeze storm will be possible (20% chance) due to the heat discrepancy across the East. The rain showers will most likely set up a few miles inland from the Crystal Coast.

Isolated storms are possible on Sunday but the more substantial rain will likely arrive as the remnants of Potential Tropical Cyclone 3 reach us on Monday. This will raise us to a First Alert Weather Day because of the severe storm threat that could accompany the low. A cold front will follow that tropical system, pushing through more storms on Tuesday. Following that cold front, we’ll be back to a cooler, drier air mass.

Many of our towns are on track to have the wettest June on record so this tropical system is especially one to watch with rain totals.


Humidity rising. Mainly sunny with a high of 94 Heat Indices near 100. Breezy with SW winds at 10-20 mph. Rain chance: 20%.


Partly sunny with 30% chance of an afternoon storm. Warm and humid with a high of 86 and heat indices again in the 90s. Wind: SW15 G25


Scattered storms and windy. Rain chance 70%. Winds: SW20 G25.