Heads Up we could see a very soggy and unsettled week ahead!
We are watching a stalled cold front that will advance north into North Carolina late this Sunday evening. This will provide an area of thunderstorms Sunday night into Monday morning. Most of the storms should remain below severe limits, but we can't rule out an isolated severe storm.
Rain will continue through the early morning hours on Monday. We could see a brief break, before more rain moves in Monday afternoon and evening. Models are indicating that we could see a few scattered to isolated severe storms late Monday night.
Tuesday could be a cool, cloudy, misty day across the Carolina's as a summertime wedge sets up. There is some indications that the wedge could begin to break down throughout the day. If that happens another round of storms and heavy rain may set up over a good portion of North and South Carolina.
As we go into Wednesday we could see the conditions calm down for portions of Central & Eastern North and South Carolina. But Western portions could still experience some showers and storms. Thursday through the weekend we keep the showers and storms in the picture.
The potential for Flash Flooding is a concern for both North and South Carolina. The Weather Prediction Center forecast between 2 - 6 inches of rain possible throughout both North and South Carolina. This will be something we will have to watch throughout the week.
Remember now is the time to talk to your family about what to do if Flash Flooding occurs. Here are a few tips from North Carolina Emergency Management.
You can track the storms and flood threat by downloading the StormWatch+ app. http://www.stormwatchplus.com/carolina.html
Be sure to use the referral code "Carolina" after you download the App and purchase the alerting feature!