Our temperatures will stay slightly below average over the next couple days, but a warming trend settles in by the end of the week as we enter the first days of spring.
Mostly sunny today, with only some high, thin clouds. Highs stay cooler than usual for this time of year, reaching the low 50s in the mountains and upper 50s in the Upstate. This will be the coolest day of the week.
We'll bounce back into the middle 50s and lower 60s on Wednesday after a chilly morning, under a mostly sunny sky again. It's the first day of spring, though the official start time to the new season isn't until almost 6 PM.
While rain chances stay slim to none, a weak disturbance will sweep by on Thursday. That will result in a bit more cloud cover and perhaps a brief pop-up shower in the mountains. Despite those clouds, highs will start to warm into the low and mid-60s across the area.
The warming trend really takes over from Friday into the weekend, with a full springtime feel to the air. Expect mornings to sit nicely in the 40s, and afternoon temperatures to begin stretching into the 60s and even low to mid-70s over the weekend! Almost full sunshine will stick around through Saturday and Sunday.