This Weekend: A large storm system responsible for wintry weather out west is also be responsible for pumping warm air into the southeast late this week into this weekend.
Temperatures reached the 60s again today and will eclipse 70° both Saturday and again on Veteran's Day. The chilly morning temperatures will be bearable considering how nice and comfortable it will be during the middle and late half of both Saturday and Sunday.
Early Week Rain: Our next opportunity for rain will be dependant on the large system currently impacting the western half of the nation. This system will push east across the Midwest on Saturday and Sunday and move closer to the Western Carolinas on Monday. Monday is the day that we will watch clouds increase, but rain will stay west of us on Monday.
By Monday night and early Tuesday, the opportunity for rain increases as a cold front causes rain to move in. This front should pass us by sometime on Tuesday as cooler and drier air settles into the Upstate and Western NC.
Storms?: Storms aren't expected Monday night and early Tuesday. Timing and lack of cold air behind the front will be the limiting factors for thunderstorm development.