The next three days will feature warmer and muggier weather, along with chances for storms.
Tuesday perhaps includes the best chance for another round of rain and storms.
"A weakening cold front will move in, acting as a trigger," said meteorologist Scot Haney. "With an unstable air mass, combined with daytime heating, there will also be an ongoing chance for isolated to scattered afternoon showers and storms [Wednesday] and Thursday."
High temperatures on all three days should reach the upper-70s and low-80s.
The end of the week still appears to be dry.
The only thing that could affect it is Category 4 Hurricane Florence, which as of Tuesday morning's forecast continued to take aim at the Carolinas.
"It’s heading west-northwest and the latest projected path from the National Hurricane Center brings Florence to the coast of the Carolinas by Thursday," Haney said. "This storm could be catastrophic if it were to maintain its strength, making landfall as a Cat 4 hurricane."
High pressure over New England looks to block Florence from heading toward the region.
"The impact here will be minimal: larger swells, rough surf and dangerous rip current along Atlantic facing coastline," Haney said.
The high pressure should remain in place for the weekend, which means it'll be dry.
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