Rain and storms ahead, FIRST ALERT Weather Days Thursday and Friday
GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Heavy rain and storms, potentially severe, lead to First Alert Weather Days Thursday and Friday.
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- Beautiful weather Wednesday
- Heavy rain possible Thursday, storms push in Friday
- First Alert Weather Days Thursday and Friday
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Most will be starting the day in the 50s to the 40s, a bit cooler than Tuesday morning but still a mild start to the day considering the time of year. Wednesday will be another great day to get out with highs well into the 70s. Despite the returning clouds, conditions will remain dry through the evening commute, before showers arrive in some of our western communities after 9:00 PM. Those showers will develop into a steadier and heavier rain, especially across the mountains, by Thursday morning.
Thursday and Friday remain our next FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAYS. A new storm system developing off the the Rockies will begin to head east on Thursday. Southerly flow and a stalled frontal boundary out ahead of it will begin to funnel showers in over the region Thursday morning, with steadier rain persisting throughout the day in the mountains as scattered showers track across the Upstate. Steady or not, the rain could be heavy at times and may make for tough travel conditions. The main area of low pressure will arrive with a powerful cold front on Friday, leading to around of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Some of these storms will have the potential to become severe. We will be keeping a close eye on this situation all week, so make sure to check back for updates here on Fox Carolina.
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