After a cold start on Friday, the area will see lots of sunshine across the Upstate and western Carolinas, though it could get down to freezing again at night, according to FOX Carolina Chief Meteorologist Kendra Kent.
Kent said the sunshine should keep temperatures in the upper 50s in the Upstate and upper 40s in the mountains.
Friday will be the coldest day of the season so far, Kent said.
Kendra suggests people bundle up if you are going out to a high school football game on Friday evening, since we'll have temperatures in the 40s by 8 or 9 p.m.
She expects lows to drop to just about freezing temperatures for most of the area, and the mountains will get into the mid 20s.
But the area will warm up for the weekend with the abundance of sunshine, according to Kent.
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