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Cool, dry air mass dissolves humidity, brings pleasant Sunday

Posted August 4, 2013

— Cool, dry air filtered into central North Carolina Sunday after strong to severe thunderstorms on Saturday dumped more than 2 inches of rain on parts of the Triangle.

Sunday morning started off muggy, but as a cold front moved in, some of the humidity dissipated and temperatures stayed below the 90-degree mark in most of the viewing area.

Temperatures in the Triangle will dip into the low 60s overnight Monday and some areas to the north could see lows in the upper 50s.

Monday will be dry and mostly sunny, with a high of 85. The chance for isolated showers and storms returns Tuesday.


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  • tobywilliamson1973 Aug 6, 2013

    I think Wral is living in a time warp! I hope Sunday is several days behind, or, we are in for a long week!

  • jcthai Aug 6, 2013

    Er, WRAL: It's now Tuesday. Don't you think you could take this down off the front page? No other news?

  • seankelly15 Aug 5, 2013

    mep - "Darn global warming!"

    You have been repeatedly told that the earth has been heating up for quite a few years - that is fact and not open to debate. The issue is the source of the change. This global warming has led to "global climate change". You persist in your right-wing ignorance.

  • mep Aug 5, 2013

    Darn global warming!