Rain returns later this week

Rain returns later this week

Rain returns to South Carolina later this week

On the center covered with snow. Chris. WILD WEATHER IS BACK IN THIS WAY As we deal with TAME WEATHER this work week, but not the same this weekend, I’ve released a super live stream for four impact days on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Now I want you to know here that there won’t be an all-out drought this weekend, so you might find some dry times, but there will be showers at times on Saturday and Sunday. Heavy rain is moving our way as it is now. From Sunday night into Monday, 1 to 3 inches is likely across the area. Satellites and radar show that we have clear skies across the region now. Our SKYCAM network confirms that temperatures are just a beautiful Tuesday across the region, with temperatures very close to what they should be for this time of year. Cool mornings, mild afternoons in the upper 50s to 60s. We’re at 59, in Greenville, 61 in Anderson. He’s 57 in Spartanburg, 60 now in Asheville. Now, as the night hours fall, get ready for a cold start. Again, this is normal for this time of year, between the high 20s and around 30 degrees in the high 20s in Western North Carolina. And a very similar day tomorrow. We will have temperatures into the mid 50s. It may not be a lot of sunshine tomorrow, which will make it look a little better outside in western North Carolina, with Asheville and Hendersonville starting out in the 20s, with the temperature hovering around 60 degrees with plenty of sunshine. We’ll call it the 59. in Asheville, the 57 in Greenville, and the 56 in Spartanburg. It’s one of those days where the mountains might start to warm up a little before the state warms up, and the reason is because the southerly winds reach the mountains a little earlier, and you’ll be able to experience that warmer day. So the latest model computer shows no problems tomorrow as I advance the chip through Wednesday. No problems what so ever. Not even a cloud in the sky. truly. But by Thursday, we will start to see changes. We will see increasing clouds throughout the day, but we will still be dry by Friday. We have chances for showers to enter the mountains, that’s the initial problem, and that frontal movement heading our way on Friday is weak, and if that’s all we have to contend with, we’ll be fine. But these front stalls are right across the area, and that saves the train tracks, so to speak, for extra rain to move our way. But as I’ll be showing it to you here on Saturday, I’ll be pausing it at noon. There are showers nearby, but not close to the washout area. These southerly winds will make for a warm day, and you could spend several hours in dry conditions. However, rain will be knocking on the door, especially in the afternoon. In the western parts of the state. Again, know that Saturday may not be so bad for some of you, but the later in the day, the rain chances definitely increase by the time you get out the door Sunday morning, and some rain in the second half of Sunday, it could be a little Calm or rest. So, if you’re headed to any type of Super Bowl activity, you’ll probably end up drying out a bit before the final wave moves in, which is expected to bring heavy rain, which will last from Sunday night into Monday. As of now, our computer models are showing anywhere from 2 to 3 inches across the area. With this rain. This spread between Saturday and Sunday and into Monday. Again, it looks like the heaviest will be Sunday night into Monday morning before we clear things up. We cool things down starting Tuesday or Wednesday of the following week until the following Tuesday, as it looks like the average will be below normal across the region. But it is relative at this time of the year, because the normal temperature for us ranges between 55 to 60 degrees. So, when we say below normal, the temperature can be 48 to 50 degrees and still be below normal. Okay let’s go. Temperatures will be near freezing in the morning near the mid to upper 50s with increasing overnight clouds on Thursday. Friday, we’ll see increasing clouds as well, but it’s mainly dry upstate. But a live broadcast of four super impact days starting on Saturday with occasional rain. Again, no washout, especially on Saturday, but some showers are certainly possible here and there and most likely Sunday into Monday with more widespread rain moving our way. We are moving from the 60s to the 50s as we approach the highs on Tuesday. Western North Carolina. We have rain chances later

Rain returns to South Carolina later this week

This work week is dry and temperatures are comfortable with cool nights and mild days approaching 60, before clouds form on Friday with mountain rain showers in the evening.

This work week is dry and temperatures are comfortable with cool nights and mild days approaching 60, before clouds form on Friday with mountain rain showers in the evening.

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