It has felt like the middle of summer this week across the Carolinas with extremely high humidity levels coupled with temperatures 10-15 degrees above average for this time of year.
Tropical Depression 16 is developing in the Caribbean Sea and is expected to become Tropical Storm Nate on Thursday.
A brief cool down for the weekend is expected, but above average temperatures will return to the Carolinas. With high pressure remaining in control, rain chances will remain very low …
Hurricane Irma will be moving into the Carolinas on Monday, bringing gusty winds and very heavy rain.
Hurricane Irma is pulling away from Cuba and is expected to strengthen before making landfall in Florida late Sunday or early Monday.