Extra clouds and a spotty shower or two will remain possible in western NC through the afternoon, but the Upstate should stay dry. Temperatures should stay generally in the 70s to low 80s.
We’ll warm up more both Sunday and Labor Day with highs in the lower to middle 80s courtesy of more sunshine before our next system arrives from the west on Wednesday giving us our next decent chance for rain and thunderstorms.
The rest of next week for the most part should stay dry and mild.
TROPICS: Category 2 Hurricane Irma continues to strengthen possibly into a major hurricane again in the central Atlantic and is forecast to move west toward the Lesser Antilles and eventually turn to the northeast toward the U.S. However, it is still up in the air as to whether it will stay in the waters of the ocean or make a move inland toward the east coast. We’ll continue to monitor any changes in the coming days for any impacts next weekend.
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