"We could have occasional periods of rain well into the overnight period,” WRAL chief meteorologist Greg Fishel said.
The biggest threats from these storms would be strong winds and heavy rain.
“The same areas keep getting hit with wave after wave of heavy rain,” Fishel said, making it possible for some flooding in poor drainage areas.
Severe thunderstorms, mainly south of U.S. Highway 64, are possible.
"Once we get through tonight the threat of rainfall will be minimal for the next few days," Fishel said.
On Tuesday, clouds will linger over the state and spotty drizzle could continue, holding temperatures in the 60s and 70s through mid-week.