4PM Sunday - Radar Update: It's not quite warm enough (unstable enough outside) for strong thunderstorms, but it is definitely humid enough for heavy rain showers to continue to develop this afternoon and evening. Any shower that develops may have a small amount of lightning, but mostly heavy rain. Tropical humidity has been one of the main contributors in the development of the scattered downpours today.
Overnight: More spotty rain is likely overnight into early Monday morning as temperatures cool into the 60s. Watch out for some high water (in a some communities) on roads early tomorrow as you head out into town or to school.
Less Rain Monday: It looks as if Monday will offer a chance for additional spotty rain showers and a few storms, mainly during the afternoon. Again, due to high humidity, downpours are going to be possible at times. I do expect more dry time tomorrow. Highs for some towns will remain in the 70s tomorrow while other towns reach the low-middle 80s under a few more clouds than sunshine.
No High Heat This Week: Our recent weather pattern of upper-level winds pushing in from the northwest leading to slightly cooler-than-average temperatures will continue this week. Expect temperatures ranging from upper 70s and low 80s in Western NC and the SC Mountains to low-middle 80s in the Upstate and Northeast Georgia. Enjoy!