A few showers will linger into this afternoon, mainly south of I85.
One final round of scattered rain should push across the area later in the afternoon into the evening, changing to a wintry mix and/or all snow in the high elevations of western NC near the TN border. If the snow gets heavy enough and lasts long enough, some minor accumulation would be possible.
Clouds will stay thick which will keep highs in the 50s in the Upstate. It’ll be a little different in the mountains as temperatures are already in the 40s and may not warm much and in fact FALL through the rest of the day.
Rain gradually ends before midnight, leaving a gradually clearing sky and continued falling temperatures. Upper 20s to mid/upper 30s are possible across western NC into the Upstate.
A freeze warning is in effect for northern Greenville, Pickens & Oconee Co., SC and Polk & Rutherford Co., NC midnight tonight through 10 AM Sunday. Be sure to protect any sensitive outdoor vegetation in these areas
Sunday will be sunnier but still cool with highs in the middle and upper 50s. Monday and Tuesday won’t bring near as much rain as Saturday, but there are still a few showers possible those days with highs staying in the 50s and low 60s.
Better warming comes the second half of next week with highs reaching near 80 degrees in the Upstate by Friday!
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