The National Weather Service has hoisted a Heat Advisory for all of southeastern North Carolina from 11 a.m. through 8 p.m. Tuesday. Please take steps to stay rested, hydrated, and neighborly - people and pets!
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TUESDAY: Prospects for cooling showers or storms are slim. Under the hot sun and amid light west winds, temperatures are likely to swell to the sizzling 90s and heat index values ought to soar to the searing 100 to 110 range.
On these summery days, please remember that pavement temperatures can well-exceed the already high air temperatures. If it's too hot for your bare feet, it is probably too hot for your pet's paws! #WECTwx #ilmwx @medwick pic.twitter.com/h51cjVeDqs— WECT Weather (@WECTWeather) June 18, 2018
THE LONGER-RANGE: Pop-up storms and short late-June nights will offer small windows for temperatures to dip to the 70s but, mostly, expect readings in the 80s and 90s with searing heat index values above 100 for most of this week.
THE TROPICS: Shower and thunderstorm activity near the Texas coast has a low chance of tropical development over the next few days. Otherwise, no new tropical storms are expected over the next several days in the Atlantic Basin.
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