Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Showers and Storms for Wednesday

A storm system threatening the Deep South with severe weather today will bring the chance for rain to the Carolinas tomorrow.

The Storm Prediction Center has forecast a moderate risk of severe weather for portions of Texas and Louisiana today. That is where strong storms and even some tornadoes could develop through the day.

As the front that is producing that stormy weather heads our way, we do not expect a widespread severe weather outbreak. However, we cannot rule out a few strong storms along the front. The SPC has placed all of the Carolinas and surrounding areas under a slight risk for severe weather tomorrow.

The good news out of this system will be more welcomed rain for the state. On average, we expect about 0.5" with most of the rain coming late Wednesday afternoon and evening.

For more on the storms, take a look at this morning's video blog posted below:

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