Wow, it was quite an afternoon out there yesterday - I know I wasn't the only one who spent some time in the dark! We've got plenty of cleanup to do today, as branches and trees are scattered about, but more storms are on the horizon... so we may need to wait until the weekend.
A few showers are out there this morning, and we'll keep the chance of spotty, light rain through the AM hours. Anything we see will be isolated at best, otherwise you can expect mostly cloudy skies. A cold front will approach later in the day, bringing a better chance for more widespread wet weather.
I think we'll begin to see storms fire along the TN border areas of WNC by early to mid-afternoon, with most of the storms focused in the Mountains and western Upstate spots by the time you're leaving work. The greatest storm coverage for the viewing area will come during the evening - with storms lingering in eastern spots into the early overnight hours.
The SPC has kept most of our area in the Slight Risk area for severe weather (you can see the Convective Outlook here), particularly our eastern sections. Like yesterday, the main storm threat is damaging wind - but hail and heavy rainfall are possible too.
We'll still have scattered showers early Saturday - especially in the Upstate - but by the afternoon and evening we'll see more dry time and sunshine. Humidity levels will drop, giving way to a fantastic end to the weekend. Sunday's highs will be near-normal with lots of sunshine.