WEDNESDAY: Isolated showers will redevelop once again by the afternoon hours. Temperatures will stay below average, topping off in the middle 70s.
Rain will become more spotty through Wednesday. A cold will sweep all of the moisture out for Memorial Day weekend, but the price we will pay is another round of showers and thunderstorms in the late afternoon and evening.
With additional rain on the way, flooding will be the main concern in the Carolinas, as well as strong wind gusts and frequent lightning.
END OF THE WEEK: Despite a few pop-up showers on Thursday, conditions will finally start to dry out by Friday. As we dry out, temperatures will spike back up, with low 80s expected Friday afternoon.
WEEKEND PREVIEW: Temperatures both Saturday and Sunday will be above average, reaching the upper 80s by the afternoon hours. Humidity levels will also be on the rise, as a few pop-up showers can't be ruled out for Sunday afternoon.
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