Published: 8.30.15 7:57am
Good Morning Folks! Not a drop of rain yesterday across the rain gauge network, just a bunch of passing clouds with a few sites along the Parkway flirting with showers, however we were not present to see it rain. Looking at today and the rest of the week it seems we will deal with a few showers throughout the day and then another chance for greater coverage will take place tonight, followed by several days with afternoon pop up showers and then just isolated shower and thunderstorm coverage for the end of the week. Tropical Storm Erika is forecasted to fall apart over the next few days which is not anything we haven’t heard, however it seems that the moisture will stay to our south and this little bit of news tells us we will likely see a decline in shower coverage into late next week. Of course the forecast could change, but this seems to be the most likely scenario given by the models.
Today will continue to keep mostly cloudy skies overhead throughout the morning hours as a few disturbances to our south pivot NW across the Southeast. Isolated showers are likely across the region, more so for the SC and GA state line areas as moisture continues to pump into the region from the south. Keep the umbrella handy when heading off to church, just don’t expect the higher coverage we mentioned yesterday as it seems the bulk of the rain will arrive later this evening. This will... click here for more