Fog Early Thursday: While, we won't have any problems with rain on Thursday, fog may be a different story. Without a significant front bringing drier air in here overnight and also a feed of light winds from the east-northeast, patchy to dense fog will settle over some towns early Thursday.
Friday: Temperatures warm up quite a bit ahead of the weekend system. Highs will reach the upper 70s across Upstate/NE Georgia towns with low-middle 70s in Western NC. We'll have a slight chance for a late afternoon storm.
Weekend: Another good chance for rain will arrive. At this point, a one-two punch is the best bet with an opportunity Saturday and then another one Sunday. Sunday's event looks like a chilly rain with an east-northeast (coastal) wind coming down from the Virginia/Carolina coasts as a vigorous surface low strengthens to our southeast. Expect a soggy weekend with the potential for an inch or more of rain depending on the track of the system.
Cool-Down: After the weekend storm passes, yet another cool-down will arrive for Monday and Tuesday of next week. Highs will stay in the 60s for the Upstate with 50s in Western NC while lows will plunge into the 30s and 40s. It doesn't look like we'll be dealing with a freeze, but there may be the potential for some frost.
Be sure to check in with Chief Meteorologist Kendra Kent tonight with the latest details on this weekend's forecast.