The system that brought us a week of rainfall moved into the Carolinas leaving our area mostly precipitation free on Saturday. However, It will pull back to the north as a warm front and bring instability that has the potential to generate periods of heavy, flooding rainfall. Due to the already saturated soils and terrain, the greatest risk for flooding will be along and west of the Blue Ridge.

Our Pinpoint Weather Futurecast shows how things may look Sunday afternoon.

A closer look shows heavy rainfall is possible east of the Blue Ridge as well. However, these areas have not seen as much saturating rainfall as out to the west. Still, some urban and localized flooding is possible throughout the region.

Getting some work done in the garden may be a muddy slog with rain possible throughout the day.

The chance of precipitation will continue through Tuesday with increasing temperatures. The later part of the week looks to be hot with highs in the upper 80s to low 90s. Mountain communities will enjoy high temperatures in the low 80s.

Have a great day!

Tab O’Neal
WFXR Pinpoint Weather