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  • Admin 8:30 pm on September 27, 2017 Permalink  

    Heat vanishes after Thursday 

    Finally, the tropics are quiet for a change. Maria will start to move out to sea shortly. A dry cold front will sweep into the region on Friday and bring us a nice spell of truly fall-like weather through the weekend into early next week! Overnight temperatures in rural areas could dip into the 40s! Rain chances will remain slim to none for the near-term.

  • Admin 8:52 am on September 24, 2017 Permalink  

    Jacket weather just around the corner; Maria to brush OBX 

    Our weather will continue to stay mostly sunny and seasonable, in the low 80s through this week, though a major cool spell is headed our way next weekend into the following week. Hurricane Maria will get uncomfortably close to the Outer Banks by Wednesday, though most of the storm will stay offshore. Even so, the OBX will see dangerous surf and rip tides, with the outer bands bringing showers and wind gusts to 45 mph. After Wednesday, an upper level system swinging through the Great Lakes region will push Maria out to sea. That system won’t bring much if any rain our way but it will set the stage for a nice stretch of jacket weather next week.

  • Admin 9:31 pm on September 20, 2017 Permalink  

    Maria still a concern for the east coast 

    I’m still watching the forecast path of Hurricane Maria carefully. While a direct landfall on the east coast continues to look unlikely, there is a measure of concern for areas like Virginia Beach south to Wilmington, North Carolina. Maria could pass close enough to bring coastal flooding, dangerous rip currents, and strong winds for Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.

  • Admin 7:20 pm on September 16, 2017 Permalink  

    Six day outlook: dry & comfortable 

    Rain chances will remain slim to none this week straight through next weekend, with temperatures quite comfortable in the low 80s. Tropical Storm Maria bears close watching as it could eventually threaten the east coast but for now, nothing to worry about.


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