An unusual late July weather pattern is settling into the state this morning. Temperatures across northern sections are about 10 degrees below normal for this time of year.
We expect to see bright sunshine and clear blue skies as the cooler and drier air mass expands southward into the southeast U.S.
Afternoon high temperatures are expected to be around 80 across the northern third of the state. We will see the mid 80’s pick back up for about the southern half of the state.
The drier air has pushed back the humidity levels, so the heat index won’t be a problem today…even down south compared to recent days.
Record low temperatures are expected tonight into Wednesday morning, as upper 50’s and low 60’s will be common across northern and central areas.