Good Tuesday morning to everyone across the Foothills and Western Piedmont, stagnant weather pattern continues across the region. Early this morning we have an upper low spinning its wheels across The Peach State of Georgia, high pressure off the East Coast of the US providing a solid moisture pump and a shortwave trough across the northern tier of the US.
The upper low and the southeast fetch off the Atlantic has allowed a few showers to develop overnight but that should gradually die off by after daybreak. But all it will take is some daytime heating with the upper low in the vicinity to spawn off additional heavy rain showers by afternoon. Our upper low should weaken some today and eventually lift out as we get ready for the mid week timeframe.
Any storms today will have torrential rainfall, dangerous lightning and some gusty winds...