September 20: Heat Wave, Daily Links


I don’t think I’m going to have a lot to say in the “weather” portion of the daily blog posts this week — an strong area of high pressure will dominate our weather for the next several days.  That means calm and hot weather will prevail most of the week, with dry conditions and high temperatures each afternoon near 90°.  That’s where we’ll be this afternoon, but at least the humidity will be tolerable:
The good news is, overnight low temperatures won’t be bad, starting off in the 60s each morning.  That’s where we were this morning, and that’s where we’ll be tomorrow morning:
Right back up to around 90° Wednesday afternoon:

The next decent chance of rain doesn’t head our way until early next week.  Without any precipitation to cool things off, high temperatures will remain about 10-12 degrees above-average:
At this point, I’m not forecasting any record high temperatures, although Friday through Monday could be close.  Friday’s record high is 95°, Saturday’s is 94°, Sunday’s is 95° and Monday’s is 92°.




About paulheggen33

Morning meteorologist for WNCN-TV in Raleigh.
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