Good morning! After a gloomy Monday, we'll keep a cloudy/soggy forecast for our Tuesday and Wednesday. The good news is that most of today's rain will hold off until late - so most likely it won't start until you're already home from work or school.
This morning we've seen a few spotty raindrops in our FAR southern counties, and we'll keep that chance through the remainder of the AM hours. By mid/late afternoon, rain will begin to overspread the southern counties - so prepare for a soggier commute in Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Hart and Elbert Counties. By 6-7 PM, the rain will continue northward, overspreading Greenville and Spartanburg. By evening, WNC will also be seeing the widespread rain.
Rain continues overnight, with scattered showers in the Wednesday forecast for the Upstate and Mountains. By late-day, the higher elevations of WNC will see rain showers transition to snow showers, with a light accumulation (1-2") possible by late Wednesday night near the TN border.
We'll be much drier by Valentine's Day - so luckily you won't have to incorporate an umbrella into your date-night plans!