Temperatures are dropping fast out there now, and we are well on our way to the 30s for the Upstate and 20's in the mountains! The air is pretty dry, which will help to air those fast falling temps tonight. The dry air will be the tricky part of tomorrow's forecast though!
Moisture will increase as a low pressure develops to our south tomorrow. As rain tries to begin, it will have a lot of trouble hitting the ground thanks to surface dry air. However, it will eventually break the dry barrier and we'll get some showers by late Wednesday (probably after 6pm). Expect slightly less rain than we saw on Monday night, and no t-storms are expected. A few showers will linger into the morning commute on Thursday, then we should notice skies clearing late day.
Clouds will be around intermittently through Friday and the weekend, but I think we'll be dry, and warmer! Highs will be in the low 60s for the Upstate and mid 50s for the mountains.
A PEEK into Thanksgiving shows a model forecast that isn't in agreement (big shocker, since we are talking over 7 days out!). There is a chance it could be MUCH colder on Thanksgiving, and mountains snow could fall if the Euro model holds up. GFS has us dry and mild. So, we need a few more days for that one to come into focus. :)