A Hot and Humid Holiday...
Expect clearing skies and a light breeze overnight as lows fall into the upper 60s inland and low 70s along the coast. Memorial Day will be muggy and with temperatures climbing into the low 90s, however it will feel like the middle to upper 90s.
Hot and humid weather will hang around throughout the work week. While afternoon storms are possible pretty much any day, the better threat to get wet will take place on Tuesday and Friday. Our next major weather maker has pumped the breaks and isn't expected in our area until the weekend. Showers, storms and slightly cooler conditions are a safe bet on both Saturday and Sunday.
THE TROPICS: Tropical Storm Bonnie has been downgraded to a Tropical Depression with maximum sustained winds around 35 mph. TD Bonnie currently resides along the South Carolina coast and is forecast to slowly move into North Carolina before heading back out to into the Atlantic. Did you know this is only the 5th time in recorded history that we have had two named storms - tropical storm strength or stronger - before the actual Hurricane Season begins on June 1st.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne
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