Star’s First Alert Forecast: Warm and humid then a few thunderstorms

A few locally heavy downpours are possible late Tuesday
Published: Jun. 15, 2020 at 9:05 PM EDT|Updated: 37 minutes ago
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Forecast Discussion: A weak stationary front will park over eastern NC Tuesday. Scattered afternoon showers will dot the radar with isolated rumbles of thunder. Rainfall totals will range up an inch for some areas late Tuesday. Like most July afternoons, not all areas will see rain. The triggering front will weaken and slide slowly southward Tuesday night into Wednesday, leading to decreasing rain chances and climbing temps Wednesday through late week. Thursday and Friday will bring afternoon highs in the mid 90s for inland areas.


Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms. Rain chance 50%. High: 89°. Wind: SW-10, but gusty near any storms.


Partly sunny with only a slight chance of a sea breeze shower or storm. Rain chance 20%. High 90. Wind: SW-10


Mostly sunny and hot! High 94. Wind W 5-10