Phillip’s First Alert Forecast: Monday to see clouds and showers

The beautiful weekend weather couldn’t last long
First Alert Forecast For August 14, 2022
Published: Aug. 14, 2022 at 6:33 AM EDT|Updated: Aug. 14, 2022 at 5:33 PM EDT
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - A series of upper air disturbances will track east-southeast over our area for Monday and Tuesday. Each will spark a period of rain and thundershowers. Between disturbances, we will get some dry hours. No severe weather is expected, but a few downpours are likely late Monday into early Tuesday.

After a beautiful and dry weekend, humidity will build on Monday when a few showers and thundershowers are once again possible starting by sunrise. It appears two rounds of higher rain chances will move through, one being early Monday and the next late Monday into early Tuesday.

Temperatures will ease down with rain cooled air Monday and Tuesday, seeing low to mid 80s during non rain daylight hours, but in the 70s during rainy periods.

TROPICS: All is quiet in the tropics. The next name to be used will be Danielle. The last tropical storm, Colin, formed on July 2nd.


Becoming cloudy with a few inland showers possible before sunrise. Low 66. Wind: NE 2-5. Rain chance 30%.


Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms. High 83. Wind S 5-10. Rain chance: 60%.


Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thundershowers. High 82. Wind SW 5-10. Rain chance: 50%


Partly sunny with isolated PM Storm. High 84. Wind SW 5-10. Rain chance 20%


Partly sunny and warm with a slight chance of a PM Storm. High 85. Wind SW-5. Rain chance 20%

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