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Cold front helps jumpstart fall

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GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Temperatures will peak above normal once again on Sunday, climbing to near 90 in the upstate while the mountains reach the low to mid 80s. Sunny skies will start the day but look for clouds to increase throughout the afternoon.

Scattered showers and isolated storms will have to potential of developing throughout the afternoon and evening hours as a cold front approaches. Look to see most of the wet weather focused over the mountain towns while some isolated pockets of rain make it into the upstate.

Rain accumulation will likely range between a tenth of an inch to a quarter of an in throughout the mountains with some spots getting slightly more due to thunderstorm activity. Look for just a trace of rain to fall in parts of the Upstate.

Sunday evening will hold on to a bit of cloud cover as well as wet weather with lows falling into the low to upper 60s.

Cloudy skies, scattered showers and cooler temperatures will likely start off the work week.

Behind the cold front causing these storms, much more refreshing air will settle in and make things feel a lot more like Fall as the sun returns for the second half of next week.  Highs will be in the 70s area-wide!

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