A Cold Front and Remnants of Zeta will Bring Rain to the Carolinas
Increasing showers mid to late week ahead of big weekend cool down.
Tuesday looks to be nice with patchy fog possible in the morning ahead of highs topping out in the mid to upper 70s. Widely scattered showers build in on Wednesday before turning numerous to widespread on Thursday. A cold front will swing in from the west as the remnants of Zeta head northward toward the Carolinas. These two systems will likely bring 1-3 inches of rain to the WCCB area. Higher amounts are possible across the Mountains with rain totals decreasing as you head southeastward across the Carolinas. Isolated strong storms are possible along and to the east of the Zeta track, therefore isolated storms are possible for us, but exact rain totals and the storm risk depends on the final track.
By Friday high temperatures drop to the mid to upper 60s before the cool air spills in for the weekend. Halloween weekend will be dry with highs near 60 degrees and lows near 40 degrees across the Piedmont. 10 degrees cooler for highs and lows in the Mountains.
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy. PM/AM Patchy Fog. Low: 55. Calm Wind.
Tuesday: Partly Sunny. High: 77. Wind: Light W/SW.
Tuesday Night: Mostly Cloudy. Low: 57. Wind:
Wednesday: Partly Sunny. Widely Scattered Showers. High: 76. Wind: Light.
Happy Monday! Have a great week.