What a difference a day makes! It is much easier to get out of bed this morning, as we are seeing very little on the radar right now (6 AM). There were some very heavy rain showers moving through our southeastern Upstate counties earlier this morning (2-3 AM), but those have since fizzled. Still, a Flood Advisory remains in effect for southern Union and Laurens Counties until 6:30 AM - as water rises are possible on small creeks/streams and in low-lying/poor-drainage areas.
Cloud cover will linger through the morning commute, along with areas of (generally light) fog. It's a mild morning - temperatures are in the upper 50s and low/mid 60s - but it's also muggy. Keep that in mind as you're choosing your hairstyle for the day... you may need some extra hair spray!
Clouds will give way to some breaks of sun by the late-morning and early-afternoon hours. Temperatures will warm to around 80 degrees in the Upstate and the mid 70s in the Mountains. By mid/late-afternoon and this evening, clouds will take back over and scattered storms will develop.
Any storm could produce some torrential downpours - and since we've seen some heavy rainfall over the last few days, some isolated water issues are possible. Any areas that see a slow-moving storm or a few rounds of storms may have to deal with some water rises or minor flooding. While the severe threat will be higher off to our east, we are close to the SPC Slight Risk area (you can see it here). A few storms may be strong or severe locally (especially in our eastern counties), with damaging winds being the main storm threat.
Scattered PM rain and t-storms will stay with us on Wednesday and also Thursday, before things begin to quiet down on Friday and through the weekend. Temperatures will stay near or slightly above-normal through the weekend as well.