The threat for widespread, heavy rains has ended; however, spotty, off/on showers will be possible Friday with substantially cooler air. Expect highs to be in the 50s to near 60 degrees with a breeze developing.
Overnight, some high elevation showers could briefly changeover to light snow on the TN/NC border but no accumulation is expected.
Saturday will feature a clearing sky initially before a final round of wet weather sweeps in from the northwest. Showers will become possible after 3 PM in the mountains and push into the Upstate around sunset.
Very cold air aloft could create potential for a few storms producing small hail, but this threat isn’t significant at this time.
Drier air finally wins the battle on Sunday, so expect a sunny sky with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Calm weather sticks around into the first part of next week with near-average (upper 70s) temperatures returning by Tuesday.
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