Temperatures drop throughout the week, mainly dry until the weekend
GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Clouds will move in throughout the day Tuesday, with an isolated shower possible for some later on but most stay dry. High and low temperatures drop starting today, a trend that continues through mid-week.
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- Drying out Tuesday
- Cooler temperatures in store
- Rain/storms back Saturday
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Tuesday will bring isolated showers, mainly for the mountains, and some extra clouds through the day. Highs will be about 10 degrees cooler than Monday. Temperatures cool slightly more into the middle of the week, but we are not looking at a shot of unseasonably cold conditions this time around. Instead, we only settle back around average, with highs Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the 60s. Temperatures at night take a hit as well, but we’re only talking 40s in the Upstate so nowhere near freezing. The mountains do dip into the 30s with higher elevations seeing overnight lows around freezing.
We stay dry with lots of sunshine Wednesday and Thursday with an uptick in cloud cover for Friday ahead of our next frontal system. As of right now, Friday during the day looks dry with an increased rain chance Friday night but the bulk of the rain moves through on Saturday.
Expect to see storms with this system, since the majority of the precipitation comes through during daytime heating and we will be keeping a close eye on any severe potential as we get closer. It is spring, after all, meaning severe weather season is here.
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