Wet, Messy Workweek Ahead
A moisture-laden system will stall over the western Carolinas this week.
The sunny skies and toasty highs we’ve become so fond of over the past week will sadly not continue into the workweek ahead. In fact, we’ll see quite the opposite, as some areas could see upwards of two months’ worth of rain through Friday. There is also a marginal risk of severe weather today, mainly focused on gusty winds upwards of 40 mph and driving rain that could cause some flash flooding. However, there is a noticeable amount of “spin” on this system, which could produce an isolated weak tornado or two this evening. Temperatures will end up in the 60s and 70s over the next few days as the rain begins to pile up.
Tonight: Storms, heavy at times. Low: 66°. Wind: SE 5-15.
Tuesday: Heavy showers and storms. High: 70°. Wind: E 10-15.
Tuesday Night: Rain continues. Low: 58°. Wind: NE 10-15
Wednesday: Showers and storms. High: 63°. Wind: NE 10-15.