Drying out and Heating Up Tuesday

Tuesday dries out for us and leaves some of the humidity behind as our front exits. A stray shower is possible in the afternoon, but most of us will be dry. The best chance for a shower will be in our southern counties along the Virginia and West Virginia border. We will be hot during the day as temperatures reach the mid and upper 80s. Humidity will be a bit lower, but with how warm we are it doesn’t take much moisture in the air to make things uncomfortable.
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Showers and Storms Possible Most of Monday

Monday, a decent amount of us will likely see rain at some point during the day as a cold front gets tied up in our region. Some will come in the form of showers and for others, it will be in a thunderstorm but rain is rain at this point and we’ll take what we can get! Highs in the mid-80s are expected.
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First Warning Forecast: Typical summer-like pattern, highs in the 90s with a pop-up storm

Meteorologist April Loveland's First Warning Forecast. We're tracking a typical summer-like pattern this week with heat, humidity and a pop-up shower or storm. Hot and humid today with highs near 90, but feeling closer to the mid and upper 90s. The frontal system stalled across the area will continue to washout today, but scattered storms will be possible, especially across North Carolina. Any storms that form could produce heavy downpours and localized flooding. Partly cloudy overnight with lows in the low to mid 70s.
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Sunny & Warm Today, Humidity picks back up Wed & Thu

We’ll be sunny and warm for today, with the extreme heat and humidity to return on Wednesday and Thursday. We’ll see sunny skies today with a high of 91 and mostly clear skies tonight with a low of 69. For Wednesday it will be sunny and hot with a high...

First Warning Forecast: Heat index near 100 Wednesday, isolated storms

Chief Meteorologist Patrick Rockey's First Warning Forecast:. We're tracking a typical summer-like pattern this week with heat, humidity and a pop-up shower or storm. The heat continues to climb on Wednesday with highs in the low 90s, with heat index values climbing toward 100 degrees. Skies will be partly cloudy with a slight chance for a spotty storm.

Quiet Tuesday Night, Warmer on Wednesday

Tuesday night will be quiet and cooler than last night. Most of us drop into the low 60s and we could even see temperatures in the upper 50s throughout Wyoming and McDowell counties. We are dry throughout the night and into the early morning hours on Wednesday. We warm up quickly though right after the morning commute.
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Dangerous midweek heat for much of Minnesota

Humidity is on the rise across Minnesota, and will combine with hot weather to create dangerous conditions. Meanwhile, rain is back in the forecast but it brings a significant severe weather risk, especially Monday. Monday’s forecast. A southerly wind started moving more humid air into the state overnight. Northern Minnesota,...
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Hot with increasing humidity through midweek

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Although it was not as humid as Sunday across parts of the state to open up the workweek, it was still a hot one with highs in the upper 80s to low 90s. Monday night: We will settle into a mild and mainly clear night with lows...

Staying Hot and a Bit Quieter for Tuesday

Monday night will bring a few more storms, but they die down after sunset. It will be quiet after dark, but we stay mild as temperatures drop into the low 60s. Watch for a few areas of patchy fog by the early morning hours on Tuesday. Tuesday dries out for...

New Condair directors at the helm

Dave Marshall-George, formerly UK & IE sales manager, has been promoted to sales director, and Tony Tullett, formerly service manager, has been promoted to service director. Tony Fleming, director / head of sales cluster Northern Europe, commented: “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Dave and Tony to their new roles at Condair. Both have been with the company for many years, and are hugely experienced in developing the organisation and managing our sales and service teams. This enhancement of our local management team brings fresh drive and direction, enabling us to focus on improving even further our customer experience across sales activities and strengthening our after sales support.”

Nanocap Technologies Unique Air Drying Process

Nanocap Technologies, LLC (http://www.nanocaptechnologies.com) announces the latest, highly-advanced iteration of its Nanocap Process, combining capillary condensation and osmosis through a semi-permeable membrane to dry air. Available for immediate licensing, this green process is considerably more efficient than the most common vapor compression model which requires cooling to dehumidify – in use since air conditioning was invented by Willis Carrier in 1902!

First Warning Forecast: 90s making a comeback

Meteorologist Kristy Steward's First Warning Forecast. Happy Saturday evening! Hopefully you've enjoyed the pleasant weather the past few days because it will soon be coming to an end. Heat and humidity begin to build starting tonight. Lows will be warmer around 70°. A stray shower is possible. The 90s return...

‘Heat dome’ to bring scorching temps to most of US

LOS ANGELES - Another dangerous heat wave is set to deliver sweltering weather next week to most of the lower 48 states, placing areas once again under extreme drought conditions and in jeopardy of breaking more records. Millions of Americans will be under excessive heat warnings and advisories next week,...