>> Friday, September 23, 2011
Rain with embedded storms will continue to move through the region today. The ground is saturated in most spots, and we will have to continue to watch the flash flooding potential, especially in urban areas.
Some slightly drier air will slip into the western Carolinas this weekend, but how far east the drier air makes it remains a question mark. I will continue to mention the chance of a few showers Saturday and Sunday roughly from I-77 eastward, but the rain should not be nearly as extensive as what we are seeing today.
A cold front will slide through Tuesday, and behind it we will finally see a significant push of drier air. In fact, we might actually see a couple of sunny day by the second half of next work week!
The system is battling hostile upper level winds and has weakened a good bit. No changes here on the future track....maybe close to Bermuda but should stay well east of the US coast.