Flash flooding will continue to be a threat, particularly over western NC in the coming days as rain chances stick around.
Scattered to locally numerous showers and storms become possible toward the afternoon and evening today as highs reach the upper 70s to middle 80s.
Flood concerns remain in much of western NC, with a warning in place for Rabun and Transylvania counties through the afternoon.
A flash flood WATCH remains in place for the mountains and high elevations of the Upstate until 8 AM Friday.
Friday brings one more day of scattered showers and storms with some flood threat as highs reach the 80s. More sunshine will begin to break through between the storms. Saturday still looks to offer reduced rain chances and more sunshine before a small uptick in showers by Sunday.
Next week looks to bring in some drier air (thankfully!) with little to no chance for rain. Afternoon highs stay in the upper 70s to low/mid 80s, so no runaway heat is expected either!
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