***Flash Flood Watch in Effect 1am Monday - 8am Tuesday***

Tonight: Few Showers and Storms. Low 70.

Monday: Rain Likely. Isolated Storms. High 79.

Tuesday: Rain Likely. Isolated Storms. High 81.

Wednesday: Mostly Cloudy. Rain Likely. Isolated Storms. High 81.

Thursday: Partly Sunny. A Few Storms. High 84.

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WEATHER SUMMARY:

Keep the umbrellas handy this week --- you'll need them! Rounds of heavy rain will be likely this week, thanks to Subtropical Storm Alberto. Although the center of the system will stay far away from us, it'll funnel deep tropical moisture over the Carolinas leading to widespread rainfall.

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From Memorial Day through at least Wednesday, rain and isolated storms with heavy rainfall are likely. Coverage of rain will be greatest in the afternoon and evening but are possible anytime day or night. Tropical downpours could lead to flash flooding. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for counties along and south of I-40 through Tuesday morning.

Highs Monday will stay in the 70s, and around 80 or so on Tuesday and Wednesday. Overnight lows will be near 70 and it will be quite muggy. Thursday and Friday will be variably cloudy with a 40% chance of showers and storms mainly in the afternoon and evening. The high Thursday will be 84, and 87 on Friday.

The normal high is 80, and the normal low is 60.

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