>> Friday, December 27, 2013
As the title indicates, quiet weather will stick around between now and early Saturday evening for the Carolinas. Then, an area of low pressure, currently forming in the Gulf of Mexico, will lift northeast and move right overhead Sunday morning.
The result will be a big, soaking rain event beginning Saturday night and extending through Sunday morning. Depending on the exact track of the low, some thunderstorms, and maybe a bit of severe weather, could be involved near the coast Sunday.
However, for areas near and northwest of I-85, highs Sunday will only be in the 40s with no threat of severe weather.
I take a look at the longer range as well in today's video: