WATCH: Hottest day since last summer, weekend storms



LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT IVY YESTERDAY’WES ATHER STARTED TO SHAPE UP OVER THE REGION TOO. WE HAD TEMPERATURES THAT HIT 90 DEGREES FOR THE FIRST TIME AT PTI AIRPORT IN 2022. WE GOT TO 92 IN BURLINGTONND A 90 DEGREES IN SALEM YESTERDAY OSTHE HIGHS. 11 DEGREES WARMER THAN THE NORM IN THE AFTERNOON TYPICAL HIGHS AREN’T EVEN EXPOS TOED BE OVER 80 DEGREES AS OF YET 79 DEGREES. WE START OUT WARM AT 67 DEGREES ANDE W WEREN’T THAT FAR FROM RECORDS AND WE’LL BE EVEN CLOSER TODAY AGAIN WARMEST DAY OF THE YEAR PREVIOUSLY THAT WAS 86 DEGREES. SO WE BLEWHA TT OUT OF THE WATER WE’RE EXPECTING TEMPERATURES TO GETELL W INTO THE 90S TODAY AND TAP OUT OVER 90 FOR TOMORROW, TOO. SO OUR SHORT HOT STRETCH WITH A FORECAST HIGH OF 94 TODAY. TODAY’S RECORD HIGH IS 95 AND THAT RECORD IS STOOD FOR A CENTURY PLUS VEFI YEARS. SO 105 YEARS. IT’LL BE THE HOTTEST DAY SINCE JULY 29TH OF LAST YEAR WHEN WE HIT 95 DEGREES. WE DIDN’T HIT 94 AT ALL IN 2020. SO YOU HAVE TO GO BACK TO 2019 BEFORE YOU SAW A DAY TSHI HOT. SO THIS IS LIKELY BE THE SECOND HOTTEST YDA TIED FOR THE SECOND HOTTEST DAY THAT WE’VE SEEN IN ABOUT THREE YEARS. SO PREYTT IMPRESSIVE HEAT, ESPECIALLY WHEN HE CONSIDERED THAT WE’RE NOT EVEN TOIN MORE YET OUR TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING ARE RUNNING A LITTLE COOL, MARTINSVILLE TO NORTH WILKESBORO WHERE IT’S 60 TO 61 DEGREES TSHI MORNING TRIAD SPOTS WINSTON-SALEM AND ASHEBORO SPECIFICALLY ARE IN THE LOW TO MID-90S HUMIDITY HAS BEEN BUILDING. IT COULD AFFECT THE HEAT INDEX AND MAKE IT FLEE MORE LIKE MID TO UPPER0S 9 LATER THIS AFTERNOON. SO KIND OF FEEL THINGS OUT LISTEN TO YOUR BODY MAKE SURE YOU DON’T OVEORD IT OUTSIDE ESPECIALLY BE WORKOUT DOORS IN ADDITION THATE WHAVE AIR QUALITY CONCERN. A BREEZE OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST AT 10 TO 20 IN A HOT HHIG OF 94 THIS AFTERNOON FOOTHILLS TEMPERATURES WILLE B IN THE LOWER 90S TOO AFTER A WARM STAR. WE’RE GEARING UP FOR AOT H DAY AND MOUNTAIN TEMPERATURES LIKELY WE’LL TAP OUT IN THE MID 80S THIS AFTERNOON WITH ETH SOUTH BREEZE AT ABOUT FIVE TO TEN. I MENTIONED HIGH LEVEL LEVELS OF OZONE A CEOD ORANGE GOES IN EFFECT AT NEIN O’CLOCK THIS MORNING FOR ALL THE TRIAD AND SOME OF OUR MOUNTAIN COUNTIES THAT ALSO INCLUDES SURREY AND RONWA COUNTIES EARLY ON TODAY FOR HIGHER LEVELS OF GROUND LEVEL. SOUNDS WHAT THAT MEANS IS FOLKS WHO ARE IN THE MORE SENSITIVE GROUPS CHILDREN SENIORS TSEHO WITH HEART AND LUNG AILMENTS SHOULD REALLY LIMIT THEIR OUTDOOR TIME. AND AGAIN, I MENONTIED THE HEAT RELATED ILLNESSES TEMPERATURE SOAR QUICKLY NEARING 90 BYOO NNP MID-AFTERNOON FOR TODAY. WE COOL THINGS DOWN SOME BRING MESO CLOUDS IN LATE TONIGHT. WELL LIKELY BE NEAR 70 EARLY TOMORROW AND WHILEHE T BULK OF YOUR SATURDAY IS DRY MODELS HAVE BEEN CONSISTENTLY TRYING TO BRING A WAVE OF STORMS IN COMING FROM THE SOUTH SOMETIME. TOMORROW AFTERNOONR O EARLY IN THE EVENING PLAN AROUND THAT ANOTHER CHANCE FOR RNAI WILL DEVELOP LATE SUNDAYND A UNLIKELY LATE MONDAY TOO. IN FACT, WE’RE MOVING INTO AN UNSETTLED WEATHER PATTERN BUT TEMPERATURES WILL LIKELY COME DOWN S

WATCH: Hottest day since last summer, weekend storms

WATCH: Hottest day since last summer, weekend storms

WATCH: Hottest day since last summer, weekend storms



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