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Storm chances, humidity to rise next week

Posted on July 24, 2021


Click the play button to listen to the Weathercast for the weekend of July 24.

Albert Thomas Jr.

Albert Thomas Jr.

Sunny and hot conditions, but with tolerable humidity, are forecast for the Wilson Times area this weekend.

By Monday, thunderstorm chances, and the humidity, are expected to rise.

After a morning low in the upper 60s, Saturday will likely see afternoon highs reach the upper 80s. A high of 90 is expected Sunday while the low 90s are forecast for Monday. Coupled with higher humidity, the heat index Monday may well reach the upper 90s.

Thunderstorm chances of 10% over the weekend rise to 30% Monday.

Depending on the movement of a cold front to our north, Tuesday could see a good chance of thunderstorms.

For details, please click on the Weathercast’s audio link.


Albert Thomas Jr., a Wilson attorney and retired judge, will weigh in on Wilson’s weather conditions each Tuesday and Saturday. Thomas is a forecast aficionado who recalls Wilson community weatherman Joe Overman’s broadcasts on WVOT radio.

Visit each Tuesday for a look at workweek weather highlights and get Wilson County’s weekend forecast each Saturday morning.

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