The severe weather threat continues today and tonight, with storms that could produce damaging, straight line winds, tornadoes and flash flooding.
The warm front that has stubbornly clung to the southern Piedmont is slowly creeping northward.
Along the boundary between cool and dry air, there is a wind shift that could cause storms to rotate.
Any storm along this boundary will need to be monitored closely through evening tonight.
Rain is going to be heavy at times, and some storms may travel over the same areas for a prolonged period of time.
There is a Flash Flood Watch in effect for today and tonight. An inch or more in area rain gauges is expected through 8 am Thursday.