Along with the severe storms shifting into the South will be the threat of renewed flooding. As much as 2 to 4 inches will fall from the Florida Panhandle into the eastern Carolinas. This much rain will not only present a flash flooding threat for urban centers, but could aggravate flooding along the area's rivers and streams.

Rivers are already running high to above flood stage in southern Georgia and northern Florida, areas that have been slammed by several rounds of heavy rain recently.

Basements of homes and businesses could take in water as roadways also become covered. Avoid driving over roadways with water, because it only takes a little water to carry or stall a vehicle.

Story by Meteorologist Meghan Evans.