Happy fall Saturday everyone!
It's not technically fall but it certainly feels like it both Saturday and Sunday. Highs both days reach the mid to upper 70s, more like September 24-25 instead of August. Cold front from Friday night becomes stationary over parts of the coastal Carolinas. That means we hold the chance for a few showers or storms through the weekend. It won't be a washout nor are we tracking severe weather like we've had for the past few days.
Warmer air creeps in starting Monday and we return to average temps (mid-80s) by midweek. As the front continues to sit to our south, we keep the rain chances low but present.
-We are two or so weeks away from the peak of hurricane season. The Atlantic is starting to reflect that. What's left of Chantal in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean will continue to threaten no one.
-This morning, Invest 98-L sits over southeastern Florida. It gets more organized over the coming days, possibly developing into a tropical depression very soon. At this point, it appears the system should stay off the southeast coast (possibly farther east than previously thought) and move into the Atlantic early next week. The front that brought us rain Friday night helps to keep it away from coastal zones.
-Another system, Invest 99-L is located to the northwest of South America. This one also looks to potentially develop in the next few days as it moves northwestward.
We will continue to watch the Atlantic -- check back for updates on 13NewsNow.com and social media.
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