Showers in Store for the Southeast This Week with Storms Traveling North

Written by Sarrah Pelorus

Last updated 7/7/2020, 12:19:16 PM

A large area of low pressure will bring numerous showers and storms to the Southeast early this week, potentially organizing into a tropical or subtropical depression. 

The low pressure system is currently located in Georgia with little to no chance of tropical development within the coming days. As the area of low pressure moves towards the Southeast coast later this week, it may develop into a tropical or subtropical depression. The National Hurricane Center says conditions could potentially be more favorable for development if the area of low pressure moves far enough off the coast of the Carolinas. There is also a chance that land interaction on the East Coast could help limit the chances of development.


Showers and storms are in store from the northern Gulf Coast to the Southeast coast early this week regardless of development. Areas from lower Mississippi into parts of the Southeast could receive at least an inch of rain through Wednesday. Areas with large clusters of rain or storms could be put under flash flood warnings throughout the week. 

The area of low pressure will result in rainfall throughout the southeast regardless of development, however, the storm is expected to travel farther North along the mid-Atlantic and Northeast coast later in the week. 

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