Our next storm system (a cold front) is getting closer, and causing showers to our west. The rain is getting closer to the Upstate and mountains, and hasn't shown much sign of diminishing as forecasted. We could have scattered showers in the mountains through the evening, and a few stragglers will hit the Upstate too. I don't expect much storm activity, and the widespread rain should shrivel up as it encounters our relatively drier air.
As for tomorrow, showers will be possible in the morning, then storms for the afternoon. The front will be over us through the day, then should pass to our south by late evening. We'll clear out and feel some more pleasant August air by mid to late week! Temps will be slightly below normal, and humidity should be kept at moderate levels Wednesday and Thursday, then another system approaches Friday to bring scattered storms late Friday into Saturday.
The tropics are still somewhat active. There are a couple of spots we are watching for development, one in the Caribbean and the other in the central Atlantic. Neither have a good chance of developing in the next day or 2, and long-term models don't show U.S. impacts at this point.