Where you are will obviously make all the difference in how much rain you will get. The track of me could bring it west of the mountains a little bit further which means Far Eastern regions in Southeastern Virginia as well as the Eastern Shore may not get as much. As of now I would put I-81 and Westward to see two to three inches of rain for the hire of slopes of Southwest Virginia and Western North Carolina, I could see a five to seven inch rain being very common. Once you get to the higher terrain there could be a few 7 or 8 inch totals. What may take some by surprise are localized very heavy rain storms, which is very typical and tropical systems since so much moisture is put into the air. Because of this as I pointed out in my YouTube post earlier the region does have a slight two marginal risk for flooding rains. I believe that these areas will be more isolated until you get to the mountains of Southwest Virginia, Western North Carolina Western South Carolina, and Georgia. Additionally, thunderstorms could actually be possible and areas along I-95 and I cannot rule out isolated severe threats since the winds Aloft will be pretty strong so a strong storm could bring those windd to the ground.