Today brings pop-up thunderstorms to the Upstate and scattered in western North Carolina. The warmer it gets outside, the greater the risk for isolated damaging wind gusts and localized flash flooding.
More rain will arrive tonight and present another wet morning commute followed by more organized rain and storms in the Upstate and broken thunder-showers in the mountains for Tuesday.
Wednesday through the weekend looks to contain more on and off rain and thunderstorms while the same frontal boundary causing today’s storms stalls over the area.
Temperatures throughout the week will be below average in the middle 70s to near 80 in the mountains and lower to middle 80s in the Upstate.
Lastly, Tropical Storm Franklin formed in the NW Caribbean Sea late Sunday night, and is moving toward the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. It does NOT look to impact the U.S.
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