A Hurricane Hunter Reconnaissance Aircraft is scheduled to investigate a system near the Yucatan Peninsula on Sunday, if necessary.
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With less moisture to work with, fewer storms will pop up on Sunday.
Each year ahead of hurricane season, experts at N.C. State, Colorado State and NOAA release predictions for the upcoming season.
On Monday, look for lots of sun during the morning, then skies will become partly sunny during the afternoon.
A series of fronts and other disturbances will move into central North Carolina for the start of this upcoming week.
The pattern will be very active Monday and Tuesday as a series of fronts moves through the region.
Mst. Sgt. Keny Fallon, the boom operator on the mission, said it takes lots of skill and hand-eye coordination.
A dry and warm weather pattern will set up for the week ahead as a high-pressure system builds into the area Monday and Tuesday.
After a cool and cloudy start to the weekend, sunshine and warmer temperatures return on Sunday.
The WC-130J and NOAA G-IV aircraft were on display for the public to tour.