WATCH: A Warm Weekend!


TOGETHER. YOU WATCH AND YOU SEE IT FROM A
REMOVED STANDPOINT. EVEN HERE, AS WE WATCHED IT GO
THROUGH CAPE HATTERAS, IT’S HARD
TO KNOW WHAT IS ACTUALLY
HAPPENING ON THE GROUND. WE ARE THINKING ABOUT THE FOLKS
IN THE BAHAMAS
IS GOING TO TAKE A HUGE
INTERNATIONAL EFFORT TO THE
PEOPLE RECOVER FROM THAT. WE ARE LOOKING AT THE STORM
STILL IN PLAY. IT IS NOW SLAMMING INTO THE
DUTCH COAST OF NOVA SCOTIA. HE CAN SEE THE TRACK TAKING THE
ENGLAND. IT HAS LOST THE WARM CORE AND IT
IS DERIVING MOST OF ITS ENERGY
FROM THE OCEANS SERVICE. IT IS GETTING HELP FROM THE
MID-LEVEL AND UPPER-LEVEL AND
THE CHANGES THAT YOU ARE SEEING
WHAT WE WOULD TYPICALLY LOOK AT
AS AN ASYMMETRICAL STORM THAT
LOOKS LIKE A NOR’EASTER. IT STILL HAS 100 MILE-PER-HOUR
WINDS. THE NORTHEASTERLY MOVEMENT IS AT
30 MILES PER HOUR. IT IS STILL A POWERFUL STORM. FROM NANTUCKET, 43 MILE-PER-HOUR
WINDS EARLIER. IT GOT STRONGER ON THE OUTER
RAIN BANDS WITH TROPICAL STORM
FORCE WINDS. IT WAS A VERY POWERFUL CATEGORY
2 AS IT APPROACHED NOVA SCOTIA. WHERE LOOKING AT INTENSE DAMAGE
UP INTO CANADA. RAINFALL, MOST OF IT STAYED OFF
THE COAST. THE HEAVIER DOWNPOURS ROLLED
INTO SECTIONS OF MAINE AND THE
SCOTIA. NORTH CAROLINA RECEIVED LARGE
EIGHT INCHES OF RAIN. THE SAME IN NOVA SCOTIA SO FAR. BOTH THE EASTERN MAINE ARE ALSO
GETTING RAIN. HERE, IT HAS BEEN BEAUTIFUL WITH
LOTS OF SUNSHINE. WE ARE ENJOYING THE SUN, THE DRY
AIR, AND 90 DEGREES IN
BURLINGTON FOR THE HIGH TODAY. WE WILL SEE THE HIGHS VERY
SIMILAR TOMORROW. TRY CONDITIONS FOR THE MOST PART
WITH LOWER 60’S FOR THE DEW
POINT. THAT COULD MEAN A MUGGY FEEL
OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS. 87 DEGREES RIGHT NOW. 89 IN BURLINGTON, 78 IN GALAX. IT FEELS GOOD BUT WE WILL SEE
SOME SHOWER POSSIBILITIES ON THE
FRONT. IT’S A VERY DRY FRONT AND WE’RE
SEEING ISOLATED STORM CHANCES BY
TUESDAY. WINDS ARE OUT OF THE WEST AND
NORTHWEST. THAT’S WHY WERE SO WARM. GRADUALLY INCREASING HUMIDITIES
AND WIND GUSTS IN THE MOUNTAINS
EARLIER AT 10 TO 15 MILES PER
HOUR. THE FORECAST SHOWS TEMPERATURES
HANGING OUT IN THE 70’S AND 60’S
OVERNIGHT. EARLY TOMORROW MORNING YOU WILL
BE IN THE 70’S. LATE TOMORROW AFTERNOON BACK
INTO THE 80’S. IF ANYTHING DEVELOPS AHEAD OF
THE FRONT WILL BE OFF THE COAST. WE’RE STILL WARM WITH AN UPPER
80’S FORECAST ON MONDAY. TUESDAY, RAIN WILL ROLL BACK IN. THE BOOKMARKS FESTIVAL THAT
CONTINUES AND GREAT CONDITIONS
FOR IT. LIVE MUSIC AT VARIOU STAGES
WE’VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THAT
FOR THE WEEK. TEMPERATURES FROM 64 DEGREES
TOMORROW MORNING TO 88 DEGREES
IN THE TRIAD. THE FOOTHILLS WILL WANT TO 87. 56 IN TH MOUNTAINS WARMING UP
TO 80 DEGREES. LIGHT AND VARIABLE WINDS. THE SEVEN-DA

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