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Now that the storms from earlier today are over, low clouds and fog will be the biggest issues overnight into the morning. Plan on reduced visibility in many valleys early in your Tuesday.

Tomorrow will bring almost identical weather. Hot and humid conditions will lead to more storms in the afternoon and evening. An upper-level disturbance may help enhace the chance of storms, especially west of I-26 & north of I-40. Once again, these storms will be capable of hail & strong winds.

Wednesday should bring calmer weather with mostly dry conditions. Temperatures will remain above average through the week, eventually cooling with another cold front expected to push through late-Sunday into Monday.

Chief Meteorologist

Jason Boyer

 



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