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Extended forecast for the Carolinas

The rest of the week should remain quiet over the Carolinas as high pressure continues to dominate the region. This High will be hard pressed to be broken down as we are entrenched between a cutoff low over the NW Atlantic and a weak trough over the Northwestern United States.

This will allow a ridge to continue building over the area as we head through the week, allowing temperatures to rise close to the 80 degree mark by the weekend. The pattern will remain somewhat dry and relatively tranquil. There are some hints of tropical action over the early portion of next week. This will likely originiate over the gulf of mexico or southwest Caribbean. At this time, it is too early to speculate on the details of this.

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