Evening & Overnight: High humidity combined with an aggressive sea-breeze front lifting north from the coastal plain will provide the necessary spark for more heavy downpours this evening. More than likely, the rain will stay spotty instead of widespread, but it's nice to see that our area has been stuck in a rainy pattern this week. Obviously some towns have received far more rain than other places.
Saturday: While our rain and storm chances won't completely diminish, it does look as if more sunshine and less cloud-cover will be with us tomorrow. Still, humidity will be high and that will keep the chance for scattered rain and storms to around 30-40% by the afternoon. With more sunshine beaming down at times, highs will make it into the middle-upper 80s across the Upstate/NE Georgia while Western NC deals with highs in the low-middle 80s.
Sunday: Conditions will be warmer on Sunday under a partly cloudy sky. With most of the day spent in the 80s, afternoon highs may barely push past 90 for Upstate towns. Western NC highs will remain in the 80s. We'll go with a 20-30% chance for an isolated late-day storm.
Tropics: I just thought I would throw this subject in since we haven't discussed tropical impacts to our forecast in a few weeks. There isn't much activity at the present time, but ocean temperatures are rising and the probability of tropical disturbances will continue to increase as the calendar moves into late July, August and September.