A Break Wednesday with Possible Severe Weather Thursday

Stay WeatherWise through midweek as our severe weather threat is increasing
Showers taper off through the evening with patchy dense fog and low temperatures bottoming out in the 40s. Expect a slight break on Wednesday with only an isolated rain chance and highs in the mid to upper 60s.
The threat of severe storms is increasing for Thursday as the ingredients are coming together for a possible significant severe weather threat across the Carolinas. Storm Prediction Center has highlighted 2/3 of the WCCB area in a level 3/5 and the northwestern 1/3 of the area under a level 2/5.  Things can still change, but here is what we know right now: Timing looks to be Thursday afternoon. As far as impacts go, all modes of severe weather are possible including damaging wind, localized flooding, hail, and even a couple of tornadoes. This is still a couple of days out so the severe weather threat still has time to increase or decrease based on the timing of the front. If the storms do come in the peak heating of the day which is mid to late afternoon, the greater the risk for severe weather as the ingredients all come together.
We clear out through Friday with highs in the low 60s. Even cooler temperatures build in for the weekend with highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s, but we stay dry!