We are monitoring two days with a potential severe weather threat
For the third week in a row it is possible the Carolinas will see strong storms. Unlike the last two weeks, there are two waves to watch this week. Wave 1 comes on Tuesday with wave 2 arriving late Wednesday into early Thursday.

TUESDAY: Heavy rain and localized flooding will be the primary threat on Tuesday. The timing of the heavy rain will roll through during the Tuesday evening commute so plan for a wet and slow commute. There is a threat for isolated strong storms southeast of I-85. Damaging wind and an isolated tornado are possible – the threat is low, but not zero.

WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY: Damaging wind and isolated tornadoes will be the primary threats with wave 2 that will roll through late Wednesday into early Thursday.The rain with this round will not be widespread like Tuesday, but the isolated severe weather threat is a bit higher – a level 2 out of 5.

We are in the middle of severe weather season here in the Carolinas so everyone needs to have a severe weather safety plan in place.



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