Cloudier today, storms late Wednesday night

Published: Mar. 28, 2022 at 3:34 PM EDT|Updated: Mar. 29, 2022 at 10:33 AM EDT
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GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Clouds will hold the lion’s share of the skies this afternoon, with just a few peeks of sun from time to time. Highs will again top out in the upper 50s for folks in the mountains, and will remain slightly cooler but mild in the low 60s across the Upstate.

For tonight, conditions will remain quiet with mostly cloudy skies. Those clouds will keep low in check in the low to mid 40s. Still chilly, but an improvement over the past few nights!

More clouds than sun again on Wednesday, but our long-awaited warmup finally begins! Mostly cloudy skies are expected with the slight chance for a stray shower, mainly during the morning hours. We should sneak in a few breaks of sun in the afternoon, but southerly winds will help to push our temperatures into the low 70s regionwide.

Things will take a more active turn later Wednesday night as a new storm system begins to roll our way from the west. Rain and thunderstorms will break out after 3:00 AM, and will continue throughout the morning on Thursday as the system builds east. Expect heavy downpours for the morning commute, and be prepared for the possibility of localized flooding. Forecast trends are also beginning to suggest the possibility for isolated severe storms with this event, so stay tuned to Fox Carolina as we keep you updated over the next 48 hours!