Weather station located at Skyline National Bank.
Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 5:35PM
Tonight will be rather pleasant with mostly clear skies and cool temperatures. The nice weather will spill over into Friday with only a few scattered afternoon clouds. However temperatures creep slightly upward, starting a trend as we head into the weekend. The same high pressure that brings us this nice weather slides east over the weekend and "assumes the position" as the Bermuda High. Winds around the high will begin to return more moisture and warmer temps from the south. There's no fronts in sight as the high will serve to block any front from making an approach through the foreseeable future. But with the increased moisture and daytime heating, daily does of afternoon scattered showers and thundershowers are expected starting on Satuday(although isolated on Saturday) and continuing into next week.
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Hi: 74 Lo: 53
Increasing sunshine; Pleasant; Light wind
Hi: 78 Lo: 61
Scattered PM clouds; Just a touch warmer; Light SE wind
Hi: 81 Lo: 63
Partly to mostly cloudy; An isolated PM showers or thundershower; More humid; Light SE wind
Hi: 82 Lo: 64
Partly sunny; Muggy; Scattered PM showers and thundershowers
Hi: 85 Lo: 64
Partly sunny; Warm and muggy; Scattered PM showers and thundershowers
Tuesday - Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers and thundershowers; High in the mid 80s; Low in the mid 60s
Wednesday - Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers and thundershowers; High in the mid 80s; Low in the mid 60s
High pressure centered over the Mid-Atlantic will slowly transition eastward over the next couple of days. This high will continue to keep the delightful weather with us through the end of this week with lots of sunshine, low humidity, pleasant temperatures and rain free skies.
By the weekend, the high will become parked off the Southeast coast and assume the title of "The Bermuda High". There will be a front located across the mid section of the US, but this front makes no ground eastward through the foreseeable future as the high blocks its eastward progression. Instead, the high will begin to pump in an increase in moisture and warm air from the south. This, along with daytime heating, will lead to daily doses of afternoon scattered showers and thundershowers starting on Saturday and into next week, typical of what you would expect during a normal summertime day.
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