Forecast Last Updated at Friday, July 3, 2015 at 6:25AM
Unsettled weather continues today as showers are likely with a chance for thunderstorms. The all-important Fourth of July holiday weekend will have scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms, but it won’t be a total washout. Just be prepared for a few rainy interruptions, and seek safe shelter should a thunderstorm approach. Temperatures through the period won’t be hot; In fact, highs will actually run a few degrees below normal all the way through Sunday.
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Hi: 80 Lo: 66
More clouds than sun; Showers likely with a chance for PM thunderstorms; SW wind 5-10 mph becoming NW
Hi: 80 Lo: 66
Partly to mostly cloudy for Independence Day; A good chance for mostly PM showers & thunderstorms; Light NW wind
Hi: 80 Lo: 65
Lots of clouds; Good coverage of mostly PM showers & thunderstorms; Light south wind
Hi: 82 Lo: 66
Mix of clouds & sun; PM thunder
Hi: 84 Lo: 66
Increasing afternoon clouds; Widely-scattered PM showers & thunderstorms
Wednesday - Partly sunny, warm & humid; PM thunder scattered about; High in the mid 80s; Low in the upper 60s
Thursday - Partly sunny; Scattered PM thunder; Warm & humid; High in the upper 80s; Low in the upper 60s
A semi-stationary frontal zone runs west-to-east across Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia and will be the primary weather maker for the Carolinas and Virginia today and really right on through the holiday weekend. Showers and thunderstorms are likely today, and we will continue to have good coverage for Independence Day and Sunday.
The weekend won’t be a washout, but be prepared for a few rainy interruptions, and seek shelter if you’re outside with a thunderstorm in close proximity. Temperatures through the period will continue to run a few degrees below normal during the daytime with more clouds and showers around.
Next week looks rather typical for July. The Bermuda High will attempt to get re-established, and that will promote more sunshine, warmer weather with more hit-or-miss afternoon thunderstorms.
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