Sunday & Monday: You'll be able to enjoy more sunshine than clouds both Sunday and Monday. A good portion of both days will be spent in the 70s. Then, by afternoon, highs will climb into the middle to upper 80s in the Upstate/NE Georgia with upper 70s and low 80s expected in Western NC.
Tuesday: Tropical humidity will begin to work its way in from the south and east as (what will likely be) Hurricane Isaac approaches the US. It's still uncertain where the storm will make landfall. Nevertheless, we will be located north and east of the storm and a solid fetch of tropical moisture will enhance the rain potential mainly late in the day. As of now, we'll call for a 30%-40% of a pocket of rain or storm where you live. Any spotty rain that develops will probably be a downpour.
Wednesday: It appears Isaac will be moving inland south of here by Wednesday morning. As the center of the storm circulation moves a bit closer to us (not over us), we will likely contend with some rain bands from the storm at some point Wednesday. Some of this rain could be very heavy, but it's tough to tell. The reason why this is a tough forecast is because the storm could move far enough west to leave us clear of the heavy rain and dump the heaviest rain on Georgia and Alabama. Even if that happened, the tropical fetch of moisture would put spotty downpours on us, just not steady rain.
Stay tuned as we will continue to keep a close eye on Isaac and it's impacts on our forecast.