Upper air low continues to impact the region...

>> Monday, May 06, 2013

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A fire hose of moisture has remained aimed at the western Carolinas over the past couple of days. This has led to lots and lots of flooding problems in the mountains and foothills. Numerous mudslides and incidents of flooding have occurred, and a number of swift water rescues have been necessary.

A band of heavier rain will continue to pivot northeastward through the piedmont this morning, and then as we get into this afternoon, scattered showers and storms will likely fire. Some small hail is possible with any storms that do fire.

The upper air low will move right overhead tomorrow, and that will again aid in the development of scattered showers and storms due to the colder temps aloft.

The system will finally weaken and pull away Wednesday, and Thursday and Friday look mainly dry and much, much warmer.

Another cold front will slide through this weekend followed by a decent shot of chillier air by later Sunday and Monday.


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