Dry weather continues through the weekend.

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The extreme rainfall is slowly receding into memory, and the rivers have all finally receded back into their banks around the area. The weather will continue to allow drying out for the next several days. The dry, warm, and now humid stretch of weather continues.

Moving forward, a blocking high pressure pattern continues. The jet stream winds are directing storms to the northwest of us for the next several days. Plenty of sunshine will continue through the weekend and for the King Apple Parade on Sunday. However, while our weather has been quiet, the tropics have been very active as Hurricane Florence tracks toward the southeastern coastline.

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Hurricane Florence moves closer to coast.

Hurricanes and other stronger tropical systems tend to slow up the overall weather patterns over the United States, and weaken incoming weather fronts from the west; one reason why we are expecting dry weather to continue through to Monday.

– Stormtracker 19 Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden

Make sure to download the Stormtracker 19 Weather App. The weather may be quiet now, but the weather app is bustling with recreational forecasts, climate outlooks, and much more! Not to mention, you’ll have it already downloaded when the weather becomes more active.

Dan Breeden

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