Quiet midweek before focus shifts to Hurricane Matthew’s track this weekend


Clouds break apart by the afternoon, leading to plenty of sun.




Wednesday afternoon temperatures are in the middle 60s to lower 70s.

WEEK ENDS DRY: High pressure in control of the weather is expected to keep the region dry through the end of the week. There are clouds to start Wednesday morning, and even some patchy areas of fog too. Temperatures are in the upper 40s to middle 50s. The clouds slowly break from east to west during the late morning to afternoon hours. Temperatures remain a bit on the milder side, with readings in the middle 60s to lower 70s. The sunshine continues Thursday, possibly even much of Friday. Temperatures are milder as well, with readings in the lower to middle 70s. We’ll be watching for added high clouds Friday, as we closely follow the track of Hurricane Matthew. Temperatures are influenced by cloud cover on Friday, with readings in the upper 60s to lower 70s.





The track of Hurricane Matthew takes it dangerously close to the East Coast as of the 5 A.M. Wednesday advisory.

WATCHING WEEKEND: Hurricane Matthew is expected to remain a key component in the forecast for the weekend. We’ll be watching the track to see if it’s close enough to the coast for gusty winds, clouds, and rain, especially east. For now, impacts umbrella-forecastlook minimal overall for our region compared to the Southeast U.S. This is still days away, and in the world of hurricane forecasting, this is still plenty of time for changes. With the forecast being so changeable, continually check back to FOX43 for updates! More sunshine and cooler temperatures are likely for Sunday, with readings in the 60s. They remain in place as Matthew pull away from the east coast.



NEXT WEEK: Sun and some clouds continues for Monday, and temperatures are still in the 60s. Tuesday begins some more warming. There’s a mixture of sunshine and some clouds. Temperatures are closer to the 70 degree mark.



Have a great Wednesday!