Rain chances up, flooding concerns increase

A front and associated area of low pressure will slowly move across the Carolinas over the next 36 hours. The chance for scattered rain and storms will be high for Wednesday afternoon straight through Thursday evening. Periods of heavy rain and slow moving thunderstorms will bring 1"-2" of rainfall with locally higher amounts. Flooding concers will be up through Thursday evening. You can always track the storms on
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! A warm and humid airmass remains around and temps will reach the mid to upper 80s area wide through the end of the week. Factor in the humidity and it will feel like the 90s area wide.

The wave once associated with Tropical Storm Dorian has weakened and not expected to redevelop over the next few days. The rest of the tropics are quiet but you can all of the details on our Hurricane Central page.

Today: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy, warm and humid. Scattered showers and storms, especially Inland. Highs-Mid to Upper 80s

Tonight:Periods of rain and storms. Lows:Low/Mid 70s.

Thursday:Scattered rain and storms likely. Highs-Mid to Upper 80s.

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irst Alert Meteorologist Darren Stack has all of the details in your 7 day forecast. To post a comment, scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Post a comment