DISCUSSION: As a weak low-pressure system (currently in the developing stages over Southern to Central Texas) begins to strengthen and slowly move eastward towards the Gulf Coast region and ultimately towards the Southeastern U.S. and the Mid-Atlantic region, much rainfall will be accompanying this system. As noted in the graphic below courtesy of the National Weather Service office in Columbia, South Carolina there is a threat for rainfall totals in excess of 2.00 inches in some spots. This has the potential to cause localized flooding in some spots so be mindful if you encounter flooded roads. As noted in a post yesterday regarding the heavy rainfall in East-Central Florida, if you live across Eastern Texas, Southern/Central Louisiana, Georgia, and/or South Carolina and encounter flooded roadways over the next few days, always make sure you "Turn Around and Don't Drown!" For other high-impact weather content from across the United States, be sure to click here!