No kidding this is awesome. Looking at the radar looks like some more intermittent showers through the afternoon and I wouldn't rule out that stuff near GSO making into our area. Today has taken the over with a quarter inch so far
May not have gotten any rain yesterday but it's still been an incredibly comfortable morning, just 75 degrees outside still. We're looking forward to fall so much that we decided to open the windows for this morning.
...VERY HEAVY RAINFALL WILL PRODUCE DEEP PONDING OF WATER ON AREA
ROADWAYS IN THE GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG AREA THROUGH 11 AM EDT...
At 940 AM EDT, Doppler radar was tracking a series of heavy rain
producing showers moving northeast at 20 to 30 mph along the
Interstate 85 corridor from Greenville to Spartanburg. These showers
were producing rainfall at rates around one-half inch per hour, and
were affecting locations that have already received about an inch of
rain this morning. Deep ponding of water will develop in low-lying
and poor drainage areas, and streams and creeks will experience
steady rises through late morning.