Dry, less humid days ahead

Posted June 24, 2008

— Weather conditions for the next few days are expected to be dry and less humid, WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.

Temperatures were expected to hit in the lower 90s by 5 p.m. Tuesday.

A cold front moved through late Monday evening bringing rain to the area.

A late-afternoon thunderstorm rattled through Alamance and Orange counties and put Durham County under a thunderstorm warning for a time, in keeping with the slowness the unsettled weather showed over the weekend.

The next few days are expected to be dry and hot, with rain possible this weekend, Maze said.


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  • littlebobeep Jun 24, 2008

    How come it seems to rain almost every dang weekend!

  • fourfivesix Jun 24, 2008

    i'm pretty sure they meant dry as in "no rain" and less humid as in "lower humidity"

    nice try

  • keithcal Jun 24, 2008

    High humidity does not always equal rain. It will be dry today (unlike the last few days) and it will also be less humid than it has been the last few days.

    Also, humidity levels could drop and it could still rain. Rain does not automatically mean 100% humidity.

  • Scarecrow Cow Jun 24, 2008

    This is probably the most redundant healine I've seen in a while. Last time I checked "dry" and "less humid" were the same thing.