Tonight will be mostly cloudy with spotty drizzle. There will also be areas of fog late. Lows will be close to 60. Wednesday will be rather cloudy with drizzle and scattered showers. Most of these will be light and not a concern for any more flooding. Highs will be in the upper 60s to the lower 70s.
A deep easterly flow from the Atlantic Ocean is going to keep us gray and damp as we head through the end of the week into the weekend, but it is extremely likely that we are not going to have flooding rains from Florence at this time. It’s a category 4 storm that weakened a little today but should still be near category 4 strength as it heads to the Carolina coast early Friday morning. There is nothing that will want to drag this storm northward so we will mostly likely not be directly affected but an easterly flow of moist air from the Atlantic will keep us damp with the chance for drizzle and a bit of rain. Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday will likely be rather cloudy with some drizzle and a bit of rain at times. Highs will be in the 70s. There is a chance that dry air could give us some breaks of sunshine over the weekend into Monday, but that will depend on the exact track of Florence. Eventually this system will drift northward and bring us some showers or some rain at some point early next week, but again it should not be enough for flooding concerns. Behind it, a more refreshing and dry air mass will eventually move into the region.