Happy Wednesday! We felt the big cool down on Tuesday, and we'll keep chilly temperatures in the forecast on Wednesday. Breezy winds out of the northeast (6-12 mph) will keep Upstate highs in the low 50s... while WNC temperatures will only top out in the mid to upper 40s.
The entire area will be mostly cloudy, so don't expect to see a lot of sunshine through the day. This morning we're watching rain that has set up along the old frontal boundary, closer to the coastal parts of NC/SC/GA. These showers are moving (and will continue to move) to the northeast, so most of the significant/measurable rain will stay in central and eastern parts those states... but the outer fringe of rain will skirt close to our region.
Areas to the north and west of I-85 will stay dry, with a better chance of rain showers in southeastern counties (Abbeville, Greenwood, Laurens, Union and Cherokee). I expect rain showers in these areas to be light in nature, so we probably won't see any heavy downpours locally.
Sunshine takes over for the end of the week, with seasonal temps on Thursday... and warmer highs on Friday. As Andy detailed in his (GREAT) post last night, we'll be anticipating more active weather to return this weekend and during the early/mid-part of next week.