Good morning! It's a very gloomy start to the week - we've got light to moderate rain across the area, along with areas of fog. The NWS has canceled the Flash Flood Watch for our western counties, as most of the moisture has held over parts of the Gulf Coast region (where they have seen some very heavy rain).
Most of the rain coverage will stay with us early, as just about all spots will see scattered rain through the AM commute. The thickest fog as of this post (6 AM) is set up right along the I-85 corridor, so expect some delays as you travel between Greenville and Spartanburg (as well as Gaffney) this morning.
By lunchtime, the best chance of rain will shift further south - so much of WNC will stay on the drier side this afternoon. Skies will stay mostly cloudy around Asheville through the PM hours, with only a spotty shower possible.
Scattered rain will continue through the PM hours across the Upstate, especially in southern locations. Around Greenville and Spartanburg, we'll see some hit-or-miss showers - but not as much as areas like Greenwood and Abbeville.
Despite the clouds and rain showers, temperatures will be mild today. Upstate highs will reach the mid and upper 60s, while WNC towns will top out in the low 60s.
Rain showers stay in the forecast on Tuesday and Wednesday (with some snow returning to the Mountains late Wednesday), before drier weather sets in for Valentine's Day and Friday. The weekend will be much cooler, with scattered snow showers in the Mountains and a few flurries possible in the Upstate.