SUMMARY: A stationary front sitting just off shore will begin to flex toward the Carolina coast today allowing for more isolated showers and storms to pop up for the afternoon. Otherwise, be prepared for another near-seasonable day of weather in the east featuring variably cloudy conditions, mild highs, and slightly higher humidity than yesterday.
FORECAST FOR TODAY: Filtered sunshine, mild, and slightly humid. Highs will manage the upper 70s to low 80s with isolated showers and storms possible for the afternoon/early evening. Winds will remain light and variable.
FORECAST FOR TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, mild, and quiet. Temperatures will only sink back into the 60s alongside widespread fog that will likely develop after midnight. Winds will kick up out of the east at 5-10 mph.
TROPICAL UPDATE: Tropical Storm Epsilon is a slow mover and may have some indirect coastal impacts to the eastern seaboard. More information available in the “Hurricane Center“.
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