Sunday, September 17, 2006

Hot Summer

Seem like a hot summer this year? It was across much of the United States. NOAA reports that it has been the second warmest summer on record. You can read more about the hot summer at this link --

In Raleigh, we never reached 100 degrees, but we did come close. The high topped out at 99 two days this summer -- August 3 and 29.

Autumn officially arrives this coming Saturday, but we may have a taste of fall before that. A cold front will move through North Carolina bring showers and thunderstorms to our region Tuesday. Behind that front, look for a cool down. Morning lows could drop to near 50 by Thursday morning. Upper 40s aren't out of the question.

We'll keep you posted with the latest forecast. When you need a quick weather update this week, remember you are never more than 10 minutes away from Weather on the Ones on News 14 Carolina!

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