As normal for this time of year, daily afternoon and evening thunderstorms expected Friday through the weekend. With the abundant moisture over the region, these storms may lead to isolated flash flooding. Temps still on track to stay right around normal both Saturday and Sunday. A high pressure moves in after the weekend, and right now, we can expect warm, dry, and sunny skies early next week.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms with downpours expected again Friday afternoon and evening. High rainfall rates and long-lived, stationary storms may lead to isolated flash flooding, especially in areas that received rainfall the last few days.
- During the Day: Chance of rain is 70%. High near 87 °F.
- Friday Night: Chance of rain drops to 50%. Low near 69 °F.
Daily afternoon and evening thunderstorms are expected on Saturday. With abundant moisture remaining over the region, these storms may pose a threat of localized flash flooding.
- During the Day: Chance of rain is 60%. High near 88 °F.
- Saturday Night: Chance of rain is 60%, ending in the overnight hours. Low near 67 °F.
Rain chances drop to around 20% Sunday afternoon, though during this time of year, afternoon storms can never really be ruled out. A robust front pushes through, clearing skies and pushing humidity down.
- During the Day: Mostly sunny with a small 20% chance of rain in the afternoon. High near 88 °F.
- Sunday Night: Partly cloudy. Low near 67 °F.
A cold front moves across the upstate early Tuesday, promoting a marginal chance of showers on Monday and Tuesday, before high pressure builds in midweek.
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