We see a day of clear but hazy skies and temps nearing the century mark again! It has been a rough summer and the drought is not looking good for food prices! Not much of risk of any storms today, except maybe the mountains as they seem to be able to eek out a few storms on days like today. Along and east of I-95, temps of nearly 100 will cause more records to tie or fall!
Wednesday is a bit tricky. PA and N MD could be seeing some storms towards daybreak and these storms could become more scattered through the area as a front slowly sinks southward. Depending on cloud cover areas will likely again see highs into the mid and upper 90s, but this time with a bit more moisture which could mean some heat advisory (105 feels like temps). The convection that does fire tomorrow could become severe in spots and definitely could contain very heavy rains. All should be monitored.
Thursday looks cloudy north with scattered showers and storms as the front slowly sinks south. Southern VA and NC look most primed for severe, but heavy local rains still looks possible.
Storminess will exit the North, but southern VA and NC should still have some showers and storms Friday and even Saturday in NC. Temps north of the front will have dropped to the mid and upper 80s and lower dew points which look to last through the weekend! NC will remain a bit of a battle zone so Northern NC could be nice and dry why southern areas see some storminess and warmer temps, and even the chance for really heavy rains.
Temps return to the 90s most regions by Monday!
All for now!