Good morning! After a gloomy and damp Tuesday, the sunshine will move back in for the middle and end of the week. While we really need the rain - and would've liked to see more in the rain gauge after yesterday's system - if you need to get outside to put up your Christmas decorations, the weather will be perfect for that through the remainder of the week and weekend.
There are some clouds overhead this morning, but those will clear through the mid and late-morning hours (for most, they'll be out by 9 or 10 AM). The rest of the day will feature mostly sunny sky cover, with highs topping out near-normal in the Upstate. Highs in Greenville and Spartanburg will top out in the upper 50s - we'll be close to 60 degrees in the southern Upstate and Elbert County, GA. In our WNC towns, highs may be slightly below-normal, rising into the low 50s this afternoon.
Through the remainder of the school week, we've got a similar setup: Cold mornings followed by sunny, seasonal afternoons. The weekend will be even milder, and still dry. Our next rain-maker won't arrive until the middle of next week. It looks like rain showers will arrive late Tuesday and into Wednesday (but keep in mind, that's still a week out, so we've got plenty of time to refine that forecast).