>> Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Radar clearly shows a disturbance over middle Tennessee early this morning, and it's moving eastward. All modeling aside, that alone leads me to believe we will have good chances of some showers and storms here in the Carolinas today.
Drier air will begin to filter into NC from the north tomorrow, and that will mean a reduction in the chance of showers and storms.
At this point, Thursday through the weekend are looking mainly dry and warm.
TD2 is inland over Central America, and it will stay well south, winding up in Mexico. Flooding and mudslides in Mexico will be the problem with this system.
See the video for much more on all of this....