CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- As Charlotteans scramble to stay dry during the soggy weekend weather, parts of the Carolinas are already being hit by floods.

A flood advisory has been issued for Burke and Caldwell counties until 6 p.m. Sunday. A flood watch was issued for Ashe, Avery, Burke, Caldwell and Watauga counties until Monday morning.

NBC Charlotte received flooding photos from viewers in Burke County.

Viewer submitted photo of flooding in Morganton, N.C.

First Warn Storm Chief Meteorologist Brad Panovich said Saturday was the "better of two days" this weekend.

"We're probably going to see some thunder," Panovich added for Sunday night.

First Warn Storm Meteorologist Sarah Fortner said Charlotte may see up to 0.4 inch of rainfall Sunday night. Those in the foothills may see about an inch of rain while those in Boone may see up to 2.4 inches of rain.

Fortner said Charlotte is under a very low threat of severe weather Sunday.

"We could hear a rumble or two of thunder," Fortner said.

Charlotte is expected to remain under soggy conditions throughout Sunday, as NWS reports the Queen City is under 80 percent chance of precipitation.

Monday is also expected to bring wet conditions with a 70-percent chance of precipitation to start the work week.

Stick with WCNC.com for the latest forecast.