Weekend to see cool temps, overcast conditions

by: Vicki Graf Updated:

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. —

The area is not seeing the nicest start to August or the weekend with the clouds sticking around Friday night with some scattered showers.

Light rain could also linger, along with localized flooding due to all the rain from Friday morning.

A front is stalling east of the area that will continue to bring clouds and scattered downpours through the weekend.

Temperatures remain cooler with highs struggling to reach 80 degrees.

Saturday will begin cloudy with some isolated showers but the best chance for those showers and storms will be in the afternoon with highs near 80 degrees.

The forecast does not show a washout as the heaviest rain will remain along the coast of the Carolinas.

Sunday is expected to be another mostly cloudy day with showers and storms and highs in the mid-80s.

Rain chances start to decrease on Monday allowing temperatures to heat up.

Tropical Storm Bertha is not expected to strengthen much.

It will move over Puerto Rico and the Bahamas before curving back out into the Atlantic early next week.

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