We have an increased risk of severe storms with a stalled frontal boundary and the flow around the high to the east. Some of the storms may reach severe criteria and that is why I have shown the elevated risk areas on the below map. The main threat with storms will be flash flooding, damaging wind and large hail.
In addition to the severe risk is a flooding risk in some of the areas that do not need it. The flow from the tropics will create a moist flow that will spill into the viewing area and make a bad situation worse in areas near Conway, SC. I hope and pray this does not pan out but am warning you in case it does.
Later next week, we also have to worry about a possible tropical threat coming into the Gulf Coast areas. This could further exacerbate the flooding that is possible. We first mentioned this threat about 6 days ago on Facebook.
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