The department of redundancy department (<< which is supposed to sound redundant), we are all counting down the days until the first real jolt of fall-like air rolls in here. I call this a redundant post because Kendra and Alex based their blog posts on the exact same topic. But, can this good news really be over-stated? I don't think so, do you?!
Friday & Saturday: While the best chance for scattered rain and storms will most likely come on Saturday ahead of the cool front, both days will be warm with high humidity. Highs on Friday will come close to if not going past 90° in Upstate towns with 80s in Western NC. Then, Saturday may not be quite as warm with highs reaching middle 80s in Upstate/NE Georgia towns while Mountain towns see upper 70s and low 80s.
Sunday - The Day Things Change: The timing on when this cool front will pass through our area will be sometime between Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Regardless, expect lower humidity and a lot of sunshine with some cooler air on Sunday. It looks as if temperatures won't climb past the upper 70s to near 80° in Upstate towns with 70s expect for highs in Western NC communities. Also, due to the low humidity and more stable airmass, there won't be any chance for rain.
Monday: The meat of cooler, drier airmass will settle in here on Monday. It looks like a truly, fall-like day with temperatures not making it out of the 70s under a blue sky with low humidity. Also, some cool nights are coming with lows expected in the 50s early Monday and into early Tuesday.