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Only light rain this week

Fall returned to parts of the Southeast this morning as a wedge of cooler air moved into the region from the northeast along the east side of the Appalachians. But only light rain is expected from this air along with a cold front early next week for many parts of…
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Hot and dry conditions continue, but cooler next weekend?

The latest 7-day QPF map shows another very dry week, which continues the streak of dry conditions along with well above normal temperatures.  Almost no rain is expected to fall, although there may be some scattered showers in some places and at some times to give some temporary relief. By…
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No rain in sight

Unless you live in southern Florida, you are unlikely to see any rain at all for at least the next week according to the latest 7-day QPF map. This is bad, because coupled with the well-above-normal temperatures, moisture stress is going to cause problems for ripening crops and will make…
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Still dry but cooler and less humid

A wedge of cool and dry air coming in from the northeast will bring sunny and pleasant conditions to the Southeast later this week. Very little chance of rain, and humidity and temperatures will be dropping. At last a taste of weather more like fall!  Nothing from the tropics is…
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Mostly dry except in the mountains

With the development and movement of TS Humberto to the northeast, nearly all of the Southeast will be free of rain this week. The only exceptions are the mountains and the areas immediately next to the coast or in southern Florida. The dry conditions are likely to increase drought conditions…
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This week’s weather depends on the Gulf of Mexico

While the weather for the next week looks generally warm and dry across the Southeast for at least the next week, there is a question about what may happen early next week with a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico. As of this morning it has a 30 percent chance…
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Little rain again this week

The latest 7-day QPF map shows that nearly all of the region will see less than a quarter inch of rain this week. The only exceptions are a bit more in southern Florida and in the mountains, where some showers may pop up later in the week. It’s not uncommon…
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