Tonight: Light rain will develop in spots tonight, especially north of interstate-85. Temperatures will sink into the 40s and 50s under a cloudy sky by early Monday.
Your Drive to Work/School: We'll keep the chance of rain in the forecast for tomorrow morning so you may have to deal with wet roads. Not every town will deal with rain, but scattered rain will be especially likely for areas in Stephens, Oconee, Pickens, Anderson, Greenville, Spartanburg and Cherokee counties as well as towns in Western NC.
Monday: As temperatures warm slowly, our chance for rain will diminish somewhat. Temperatures won't climb very much under the cloudy sky as highs only reach the 50s and low-middle 60s. Still, most of this spotty rain will be ahead of the bulk of a larger system moving in tomorrow night. A line of showers will make its way into NE Georgia at some point Monday evening and then across the Upstate and Western NC after that. I expect the best opportunity for widespread rain Monday night.
Tuesday: This front and system as a whole will lose a lot of its punch as it moves through. I don't expect widespread rain to hang around past sunrise on Tuesday, but there still may be some wet roads. Also, we'll keep the clouds and the chance for spotty rain through Tuesday evening as temperatures stay cool.