Happy Thursday (we're almost to Friday)! The weather pattern won't change much over the next two days - the nearby frontal boundary will keep rain and t-storm chances high today and Friday.
This morning we've seen some light to moderate rain in spots - but for the most part it's been spotty areas of light rain and drizzle. We'll keep the chance of a few rain showers through the next few hours, with higher rain and t-storm chances coming for the PM hours, once we've got a little more heat. With that said, heat won't be the story today... highs will be about ten degrees below-normal. Highs in the Upstate will be around 80 degrees, while WNC spots will top out in the mid 70s.
I'm expecting the rain to become widespread through the early to mid-afternoon, and it will persist into the late-day commute and evening hours. The main 'threat' today will continue to be heavy rainfall, which could cause some localized flooding issues. Severe storms aren't likely, but it's not out of the question for an isolated strong/severe storm to develop this afternoon.
Overnight and early Friday we'll see things quiet down - but like the past few mornings, a few showers and even an isolated t-storm will be possible. Rain and t-storm chances will ramp up during the afternoon/evening hours again tomorrow - so your Friday night plans may be altered due to the rainfall.
This weekend the rain and t-storms will become more scattered, so we'll begin to see more dry time and even periods of sunshine breaking out. By early next week, we'll return to near-normal highs and small PM t-storm chances (typical for summer days). The humidity will stay high through the 7-day.