Published: 7.22.14 6:05am
Good Morning Folks! Yesterday most of the region picked up a tenth – quarter inch of rain and today will be similar with the exception a few thunderstorms will be added to the mix. This will allow rainfall totals to reach a half inch under a heavy downpour; however most of the region will still pick up a tenth – quarter of an inch. There will be more clouds overhead than sunshine today and this will work to keep temps to the low 70’s – low 80’s depending upon elevation, with a light breeze out of the south and east. As we work our way into Wednesday we expect most of the action to come to a close, however an isolated shower or two is likely and we will keep a mention of showers for the overnight hours; temps in the low – mid 60’s.
Wednesday offers up more of a mixed bag of clouds and sunshine, allowing temps to reach the low 70’s – low 80’s once again with scattered showers possible after midday. The overall flow will have shifted from the south and east to something more out of the west, perhaps more southwest. This will impact areas more toward the TN line as opposed to the SC or GA line as it has been the case for the past few days. Most locations stand a chance at picking up light amounts of rain, mainly a tenth – quarter of an inch but the possibility for a heavy downpour... click here for more