Star’s First Alert Forecast: Wind shift leads to rise in humidity

Winds will turn from the north today to the southwest by tomorrow
WITN First Alert Forecast For June 21, 2022
Published: Jun. 21, 2022 at 4:01 AM EDT|Updated: Jun. 21, 2022 at 10:37 PM EDT
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - As the high moves into the Gulf, we’ll see our humidity return in full as temperatures reach the 90s briefly on Wednesday. Spotty showers and storms will develop along a weak front moving in from the west-northwest. A stronger front will drop in from the north on Thursday, bringing a better chance of rain to the area with better coverage as well. Even still, rainfall totals through the end of the week will be hard-pressed to exceed a half inch. The threat of severe weather remains low and mainly north of the state line.

Mostly sunny weather will follow the front leading into Friday and the weekend. Highs will hang close to normal in the upper 80s with moderate humidity and limited rain potential. We’ll be watching another approaching front to bring us better rain chances at the start of next week.


Partly sunny with high of 91. Slight chance of a late day shower/storm. Wind: SW 10. Rain chance: 20%


Partly cloudy with scattered late day thunderstorms. High of 87. Wind: SW-10 Rain chance: 40%


Partly sunny with chance for a few isolated showers. High of 87. Wind: NE 10. Rain chance: 20%


Mostly sunny with a high of 87. Wind: NE-E 5.


Mostly sunny with a high of 87. Wind: E 10.

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