Still cool for Sunday, but warm again next week
GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Dry but cooler weather sticks around for Sunday. But more spring-like temperatures are right around the corner.
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- Another cold night
- Dry Sunday, but still cool
- Another surge of spring warmth next week
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After a typical February Saturday, temperatures take a tumble again overnight. This time, we stay in the 30s, which is right around seasonal norms for morning lows. Temperature drop to the low 30s in the mountains to the mid 30s in the Upstate. Sunday’s another comfortably cool winter day with highs in the mid 50s in the mountains and a degree or two either side of 60 in the Upstate. Expect more cloud cover with a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky.
If it’s more spring weather you want, look no further than early next week! Highs jump back above normal on Monday, topping out in the mid 60s. By Tuesday, highs are around 70 in the Upstate with mid 60s in the mountains with everyone seeing 70s on Wednesday. Morning lows also climb back to the 40s and 50s making for more mild mornings. There is a small chance for rain each day starting Monday in the mountains and Tuesday in the Upstate. However, any showers we see would be light and moving in and out fairly quickly. Not a single day is expected to be a wash out, just the kind of weather where you keep the umbrella handy just in case. Do expect more cloud cover each day with a partly to mostly cloudy sky.
Thursday we’re flirting with record highs. Our forecast high for Greenville is 78° which ties the record from 2018. And in Asheville, the forecast high is 76°, which also ties the record, this one from 1982. And we are likely going to see record high morning lows as well as we wake up to the upper 50s to low 60s. Above normal highs in the 60s stick around into the weekend.
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