Canadian high pressure will settle north of the Charlotte region over the next couple of days, meaning little or no chance of rain through the rest of the work week, according to the National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C.
Chances of scattered showers and thunderstorms will increase as the high moves offshore over the weekend, but until then we should stay dry.
Skies are expected to remain mostly sunny until Friday night and Saturday, when it could turn partly cloudy. No rain, however, is forecast for the Carolina Panthers-New England Patriots preseason game at Bank of America Stadium Friday night.
Expected highs will remain normal for this time of summer: 88 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 87 Friday and 86 Saturday.
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Temperatures could then climb several degrees, to 89 Sunday and 90 Monday, according to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service.