If you have lived in the Carolinas for long enough, you know that the heat and humidity would eventually return. After a brief break behind a cold front on Wednesday, we will see temperatures return to the 90s with humidity values increasing through the week.
More showers and thunderstorms are expected Wednesday across the Carolinas, which will raise flooding concerns across the western and central part of the state.
Numerous showers and storms are expected across the Carolinas this week.
After a fairly dry period through July for many areas in the Carolinas, rain chances will increase as a front moves in for Monday and Tuesday. The front is forecasted to stall to along the coast and then move back northward for the upcoming weekend.
Subtropical Storm Alberto has made landfall along the Gulf Coast and is the process of weakening; however, it is still sending a surge of tropical moisture northward into the southeast.
Subtoprical storm Alberto is expected to make landfall tomorrow, and we will be feeling the affects from Alberto in the Carolinas on Memorial Day.
A potential tropical system coupled with a stream of copious moisture rising from the tropics will keep shower and thunderstorm chances high through your Memorial Day weekend.