Triad -- There has been a steady feed of tropical moisture in place across the southeast for weeks now. We are about to turn the corner and get back to more typical summer time weather.
As high pressure pushes in from the northeast, our rainmaker will be almost shut off for a few days. While the rain chance isn't zero, it isn't in the 80-90% range like it has been in recent weeks.
To help the yards and fields dry out, the sun returns and temperatures soar to the upper 80s and low 90s most of this week. That may come as a shock after many days with below average temperatures. When the heat and humidity are combined, it could feel like the upper 90s by week's end.
Our attention will definitely shift from dodging thunderstorms to finding ways to stay out of the heat.
WFMY News 2