Sunday: You might not be able to feel the difference due to highs reaching the 92°-95° range by late afternoon, but Sunday will be less humid than many days we have had lately. The upper-level heat ridge responsible for hotter weather will be positioned in the central plains. East of this ridge (where we will be) a northerly and northwesterly flow will drag in some drier air. This will minimize the chance for rain on Sunday, but dry air also warms up quickly. Expect more sunshine than clouds tomorrow.
Monday & Tuesday: Daytime temperatures will be in the 80s for the most part and will eventually reach the low 90s each afternoon for the Upstate with 80s in Western NC. Also, we'll re-introduce a slim chance for a late day rain shower or passing storm.
Wednesday: A slightly better chance for rain will be the story Wednesday - still only a 30% chance at your house. Highs will remain in the 80s for Western NC with temperatures climbing to near 90° in the Upstate.
Tropics: The Atlantic remains quiet. Dry air (some African dust) continues to be the dominant feature. it will be interesting to see what happens in August as much of the tropical water remain very warm and untapped.