An upper level low will finally bring showers and thunderstorms to the southeast United States, a dramatic change from the dry month of May.
An area of low pressure is attempting to organize off the Carolina coast, and it could disrupt the weather in the coastal areas for Mother's Day weekend.
We are finally starting to warm up across the southeast United States as high pressure brings mostly sunny skies nearly each and every day. Afternoon storms are possible, especially in the mountains of North Carolina and Virginia. I am also watching the possibility of a weak tropical system off the Carolina coast.
Showers, and even some heavy rain, will be likely across the southeast tomorrow as an area of low pressure moves along the Gulf Coast.
It will be mostly sunny tomorrow with temperatures remaining 5-10 degrees below average, but a major change is in store for the middle of the week.
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