The National Weather Service in West Virginia said the state looks to be in a terrible position as the remnants of sub-tropical storm called Alberto makes its way to the north.
The storm, which originated Monday in the Gulf of Mexico, has caused widespread problems in the south and is expected to do the same in our region before the weekend.
Ray Young, meteorologist at the Charleston Weather Bureau of the National Weather Service said the terrain in NC should help break up the storm, but the possibility of torrential downpours with flooding is likely.