Hottest days of the year so far
Wed, 12 Jun 2013 13:08:18 GMT —
Plenty of heat and humidity from the Deep Soth will slide into the East Coast giving us our hottest days of the year so far over the next two days. Temperatures will reach the 90s area wide tpday and the humidity will make it feel around 100°. Thurday will be hotter and more humid than today with area wide heat index values reaching the low 100s. Be careful if you have to spend any prolonged time exposed to the heatm, take necessary precautions to stay cool. A disturbance passing to our West may entice a stray late afternoon/evening storm across the Pee Dee, otherwise most areas will be dry today. A cold front comes in late Thursday with a few afternoon and evening storms. A few storms may be on the strong side as the front passes. You can always track the storms on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app!
Behind the front much cooler, drier conditions will remain through the weekend. Get ready to enjoy a nice weekend with mostly sunny skies and temps in the mid 80s. The humidity will be much lower as well!
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Today: Mostly sunny, Hot and humid. Few showers/storms. Highs-Grand Strand: Around 90°, Inland:Mid 90s .Heat Index: Upper 90s/Low 100s
Tonight:Stray storm early otherwise mostly clear and humid. Lows:Low/Mid 70s.
Thursday:Mostly to partly sunny, hot and humid. Late day showers/storms possible. Slight risk for severe storms. Highs-Grand Strand: Low/Mid 90s, Inland: Mid/Upper 90s. Heat Index: Low 100s
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