Overnight & Early Monday: Expect a mostly clear sky with cool temperatures overnight as lows drop into the 40s. Areas of patchy fog are possible early Monday morning, but the fog won't hang around for long. Still, this fog may impact the amount of time it takes you to get to work or school early tomorrow.
Monday & Tuesday: Additional sunshine and very comfortable conditions will come our way Monday as highs reach the 60s for Western NC and upper 60s to low 70s in the Upstate/NE Georgia. There may be a few high-level thin clouds overhead, but nothing to block out the sun for any period of time.
On Tuesday, we'll continue to warm up as a storm system moves out of the west into the middle of the country and pumps for warm air into our region. Sunshine and a mostly clear, blue sky will allow for more low 70s for Upstate towns with middle-upper 60s in Western NC on Tuesday afternoon
Wednesday Rain Opportunity: As the storm system I mentioned moves out of the middle of the nation on Tuesday, it will move through the Tennessee Valley Tuesday night and early Wednesday. As it moves closer to us on Wednesday, part of the front and the energy associated with this system will lose some of it's punch. We can expect a chance for some broken or spotty rain, but the chances for widespread rain aren't all that high.
Signs of Cold Air in Our Future?: Aside from Canada chilling down, there isn't much pointing to a drastic, wintry cool-down for us during the next seven days. A system may move in next weekend and deliver some colder air to parts of the southeast, but that's still 6-7 days away and we have plenty of time to watch it and see what happens.