Good morning! I know we were going for a dry Wednesday forecast yesterday morning, but a slow-moving front will keep a few showers and t-storms around today.
The front - which triggered a few showers and storms yesterday - didn't completely clear the area, so it could help to instigate a few more rumbles of thunder through the early part of our day. The time to watch will be the late morning and early afternoon - my best bet would be 11 AM until 2 PM. Our eastern counties will hold the best chance of seeing one of the storms, with most western areas remaining dry.
By the middle and late-afternoon the threat of storms will shift further east of us - and these areas will have the better chance for severe weather today. By late-day we'll be dry under partly cloudy skies - and we'll stay dry overnight and through Thursday.
Highs today will reach the low 80s in the Mountains and the upper 80s in the Upstate. Temperatures tomorrow will be a little bit warmer - but drier air will make it more comfortable to be outside. The nice weather won't be too long-lasting - storms return to the forecast late Friday and this weekend as the next front settles in.