Published: 8.26.16 7:23am
Good Morning Folks! Once again Panthertown and Lake Toxaway did not fail to produce rain as they both collected a tenth of an inch yesterday, which is less than expected but the general pattern played out as forecasted. Today we’ll notice a similar setup with only isolated showers and thunderstorms developing this afternoon, while tomorrow could provide us with a slight uptick in coverage, but overall nothing to worry about if you have outdoor plans. Sunday will begin to shave away some of the cloud cover (what little remains) with only a handful of showers past midday, while Monday into Tuesday of next week keeps only mostly sunny skies overhead. Wednesday into the latter part of next week should return us to a typical summertime setup with partly cloudy skies after midday, alongside isolated to scattered showers. The biggest problem looking past Wednesday is the uncertainty surrounding the disturbance approaching southern Florida, as it seems it might not develop into a fully organized tropical storm or hurricane, although we were expecting it to in our previous forecast so perhaps it might as we approach that timeframe. Generally, we are trying to say bear with us for another 24 – 48 hours as we need more time to allow this storm to push past Florida and see how it interacts with the Gulf of Mexico.
Today we’ll find valley fog lifting by 10am and then mostly sunny skies will take over until the early – mid afternoon hours, as this is when... click here for more