CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV)- Monday's rain is not the only chance of precipitation we'll see this week.
An upper level disturbance and surface cold front will move across the Southeast Wednesday, bringing another round of still-needed rain and also the possibility of isolated thunderstorms.
Chances of severe weather are unlikely, however. Very warm temperatures that will be more conducive for storm development will remain to our south and the plentiful moisture required for the development of strong storms will likely be limited for the Carolinas.
According to NOAA's Storm Prediction Center, the area most likely to see severe storms will be in the Florida Panhandle into southern Georgia where high moisture levels and wind shear could produce strong, damaging winds.
While this front won't bring significantly colder temperatures, a second cold front drops our highs back into the 40s this weekend.