Greetings to my SE friends -- I'll be rooting hard down here in the panhandle for every one to hit the jackpot.
I must say, though, I would exercise caution on this one for a couple of reasons:
1) this ULL is not very strong and thus will not necessarily drive high QPF rates which means ...
2) Boundary layer issues will be real -- the latest Euro run, for example, never gets it below 36 in my old stomping grounds of Shelby -- even during the highest times of precip. That's no bueno.
If I were in the mountains/northern foothills of western N.C., I'd feel good about this and with ULLs you just never really know what's going to happen in more marginal areas. But it looks very very borderline for the I-85 corridor.
That won't stop me for wishing for a Hail Mary though!