Skies slowly cleared on Thursday evening as a cold front moved into the Carolinas.
The front is what brought us the heavy downpours and gusty winds Wednesday night into Thursday. Most areas saw over 1.5" of rain, and some trees were knocked down across Laurens, Anderson and Spartanburg counties.
As rain pushed out, much cooler air rushed in behind the front.
Tonight we'll see mostly clear skies and lows dropping to around 50 in the Upstate and low 40s for the mountains. By Friday we'll get the sunshine back, and highs will warm into the mid-70s for the Upstate and upper 60s in the mountains. This is below normal for this time of year.
The weekend looks mostly dry, with mild days and cool overnights. Even the Upstate will see some 40s by early Saturday morning.
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