Quiet weather continues in the western Carolinas today as Harvey continues to batter the Texas coast.
Today will be another solid day with highs in the lower 80s in the mountains to middle 80s in the Upstate with a partly cloudy sky and decently low humidity with dewpoints near 60.
There might be a few sprinkles if not an isolated shower along the ridge tops near the Tennessee Border, but other than that, conditions should remain dry both today, tomorrow and Tuesday.
Temperatures during this time will stay below average with upper 70s in the mountains and lower 80s in the Upstate. Wednesday will mark the return of slightly warmer weather and pop-up afternoon showers and storms as some of Harvey’s remnant moisture moves into the area.
As of Sunday morning, Harvey is a tropical storm, but continues to bring catastrophic flooding to southeast Texas with some areas already reporting almost 2 feet of rain over the past couple days. It will continue to drop more heavy rain over the next 4 days.
Meanwhile in Florida, another disturbance could become a tropical depression and possibly move up the Carolina coast over the next couple days that we’re monitoring closely.
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