Zach’s First Alert Forecast: Warm and Mostly Dry Weekend
Better Rain Chances Arrive Monday and Tuesday
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Not much rain is expected over the weekend. That’s something we weren’t sure we’d get to say a few days ago! Besides a spotty afternoon or evening shower Saturday and Sunday, not much other activity on radar is expected. With lower rain chances, we have bumped up highs a bit. Mid to upper 70s Saturday and 80s starting to return on Sunday. Coastal areas will probably be a little cooler. Overnight temperatures mostly stay in the 50s.
Storms to our north on Sunday may cross the state line late Sunday giving some a little better chance of a shower. Monday and Tuesday have a better chance of bringing scattered storms. Some of these storms could come overnight allowing temperatures to get even warmer. Highs near 90°F are possible if we stay dry during the day. You’ll start to feel the humidity too by late Sunday into early next week. A few storms could have strong winds. A front on Wednesday pushes out rain chances for the rest of the week. Highs and lows dip below the front as drier air moves in.
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