Lower humidity remains through start of weekend before temperatures heat back up
Relief from high humidity and mid 90s temperatures will continue through Saturday.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Relief from the high humidity will continue Thursday, along with a brief break from the mid 90s temperatures.
- Today: Partly sunny, isolated shower possible, lowering humidity
- Friday and Weekend: Lots of sun, tolerable humidity
- Next Week: Another big heat wave fires back up
Clouds this morning are giving way to sunshine for the rest of the afternoon, although a few showers will be possible east of I-77.
Afternoon humidity will be tolerable, with high temperatures topping out around 90 degrees. Feels-like temperatures will not be much different from actual temperatures.
After a pleasant evening, tonight will be comfortable with lows in the 60s.
Seasonal heat in the upper 80s to lower 90s will hold for Friday and Saturday with low rain chances and tolerable humidity holding.
Hotter temperatures in the low to mid 90s enter the forecast on Sunday before jumping back into the middle 90s nearly next week, prompting the start of another heatwave. Still, rain chances through the middle of next week will remain very low.
We’ll be watching some activity in the tropics as we head into the end of August and beginning of September.
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Have a great rest of your day!
- Meteorologist Eric Garlick
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