Few showers on the radar with dense, patchy fog Monday morning

Temperatures below average for a typical August day
Published: Aug. 3, 2020 at 6:23 AM EDT
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Low visibility this morning with dense, patchy fog slowly burning off by 10am. Few showers scattered on/off with isolated thunderstorm activity. Highs in the middle 70s with a light breeze from the west. Mostly cloudy skies. A slight muggy feel to the air.


Few showers still possible on the radar overnight. Lows in the upper 50s as skies gradually clear.


Highs in the low 70s with just an isolated chance of continuing rainfall. Otherwise, dry into the middle of this week with temperatures below average.

*Tropical Storm Isaias brings dangerous flash flooding and 2-6″ of rainfall to the east coast. Tracking potential landfall in North Carolina Tuesday. There is a threat to life and property for several million people*

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