Weather forecast for Raleigh, Durham and Fayetteville, North Carolina
A slow frontal border will move out of the northeast late in the day and block around the Virginia border by Monday afternoon.
This front will provide sufficient instability to produce patchy thunderstorms in the afternoon, although the best chance for any convection will be over the coastal plain and northern parts of the Triangle. High pressure on the Gulf Coast is expected to keep the rest of the triangle dry.
Isolated thunderstorm activity in the afternoon will be possible again on Tuesday in the northeast before this frontal border dissipates with increased high pressures on the waters of the south Atlantic. An east-southeast airflow is expected to raise temperatures and return more humid air to the area. With widespread temperatures in the lower 90s expected, the hustle and bustle will make her a little uncomfortable!
It is possible that a cold front passing through the northeast will cause more thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening on Wednesday, but convection is expected to remain quite far north of the area for now. Another low pressure system is set to develop from the Midwest on Thursday and Friday, and may return another round of downpours and thunderstorms by the end of the week into the weekend.
Have a nice day!
Copyright © 2021 WTVD-TV. All rights reserved.