Weather forecast for Raleigh, Durham and Fayetteville, North Carolina
The limit associated with the upper trough will slide to the southeast of the area and extend along the coast tomorrow, meaning beaches will be the most likely location for thunderstorms.
Unfortunately, the humidity will be quite high throughout the area tomorrow, which will make it a bit more uncomfortable. However, the high pressure will be strong enough to limit the risk of rain. An isolated storm is possible mostly in the Sandhills, but most of us will stay dry. The peaks will climb to the upper 80s.
We’ll see a similar forecast on Sunday, but a few more pop-up storms are possible during the afternoon.
A typical summer pattern sets in during the first half of next week. Highs will reach the upper 1980s and widely dispersed storms are possible during the afternoon. A larger front could expand southward across the region by the end of next week and perhaps reduce humidity a bit.
In the tropics, the Atlantic remains calm, as it should be in early June.
Have a good week-end!
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