Phillip’s First Alert Forecast: Cool night followed by another beautiful day Sunday

Lower humidity, sunny skies, and comfortable temps continue
PHILLIPS FIRST ALERT WEATHER 0813
Published: Aug. 7, 2022 at 6:27 AM EDT|Updated: Aug. 13, 2022 at 6:27 PM EDT
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - As light northeast breezes continue, tonight’s lows will dip to near 60. The last time Greenville dipped below 60 was June 22nd. The last time New Bern was below 60 was June 20th. Skies will be moonlit tonight with a waning gibbous moon.

Sunday will continue the trend of mostly sunny, warm afternoons. Humidity will remain low Sunday, but start to build on Monday when a few showers and thundershowers are once again possible. The greatest chance of rain with the next system appears to be Monday night.

Temperatures will reach the mid 80s for highs Sunday and Monday before easing down a little as some rain cooled air lingers into Tuesday.

TROPICS: A weak low pressure over the Western Gulf of Mexico is expected to move into South Texas on Sunday. The probability of development is a thin 20% from the NHC.

Tonight

Moonlit and comfortable with lower humidity. Low of 61. Wind: NE 2-5.

Sunday

Mostly sunny and warm. High 86. Wind: NE 4-8.

Monday

Partly cloudy and muggier with scattered showers and storms. High 86. Wind SW 5-10. Rain chance: 50%.

Tuesday

Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thundershowers. High 83. Wind SW 5-10. Rain chance: 50%

Wednesday

Partly sunny with isolated PM Storm. High 83. Wind SW 5-10. Rain chance 20%

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