What a morning! We had what appears to be a microburst/downburst that caused quite a bit of damage through part of Anderson County around 5 AM, and then right after our morning show ended, a tornado warning was posted for Cherokee County. While we saw reports of a funnel cloud, I have not heard of any damage locally. There was a report of two downed trees near Earl, NC - from that same storm.
While a few showers will be possible through the remainder of the AM and into the early afternoon, I don't think our severe threat will be high (the better chance of that kind of activity will be further E/NE). Things will dry out by the mid/late-afternoon and evening, and the next few days will be dry as well.
Wednesday through Friday, we'll enjoy more sunshine and dry time, with only a slight chance of rain in the weekend forecast across WNC. By the end of the weekend and early next week, it may feel a LOT like fall, with much cooler air taking over.