Unsettled weather will prevail across the Triangle again today as the same upper-level disturbance that produced numerous showers and thunderstorms over the Carolinas on Sunday remains over the region this afternoon.
Once again, thunderstorms will be most prevalent in the afternoon and will be slow moving. Since the thunderstorms will be slow moving, heavy rain (over 1" in spots) from these storms can result in flooding of low lying and poor drainage areas. We will monitor throughout the day.
As the upper-level disturbance weakens tomorrow and on Wednesday, the thunderstorms will become less widespread and the threat for flooding will diminish.
Luckily this week will not be a complete washout as a cold front pushes through the Carolinas on Thursday. Drier air is expected to return into the mid-Atlantic on Friday resulting in mostly sunny weather and lower humidity for this weekend.
Have a great week!