Heat, humidity build with threat for severe storms

Warm and humid conditions will stick around overnight with low temperatures holding in the low to mid-70s under partly cloudy skies.

A shower or thunderstorm will continue to be possible in a few locations overnight, but we don't expected much once again, and a good portion of the time should be dry.

More shower and thunderstorm activity is expected Wednesday and Thursday. Any thunderstorms through Thursday may contain torrential rain, leading to some localized flooding in parts of the area.

Strong to severe storms may also be a possibility on Wednesday, with damaging wind gusts, significant lighting, and even some hail.

Tropical Storm Arthur became a named storm earlier Tuesday and is expected to strengthen over the next several days as it progresses to the northeast.

The storm will affect North Carolina's Outer Banks on Independence Day, along with bringing strong rip currents and rough surf to parts of the East Coast on Friday and Saturday.

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Historical Averages

High Low
Current 85°F 55°F
Average 66°F 43°F
Record 86°F April 29, 1974 29°F April 29, 1947