1 pointThunderstorms out ahead of an approaching Cold Front will continue to impact the Western part of the State over the next few days. Although the threat for Severe Weather across the Western Carolina's looks minimal an isolated Severe Storm can't be fully ruled out. The biggest concern with these storms will be the heavy rainfall they produce. Not only will this lead to localized area's of flash flooding, but gusty winds with these storms on top of saturated soils could lead to downed trees around the area. Across the East, a disturbance located along the Southeast Coastline will continue to advance slowly toward the NE/NNE. As this happens, moisture from this disturbance will move into the eastern part of the state. A few Isolated Severe Thunderstorms aren't out of the question here either, but heavy torrential rainfall will be the primary concern.
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