Increasing Temperatures & Rain Chances

Rain increases, but no one day will be a total washout

Tree pollen stays high through the week with brief breaks (not much) after a few showers move through.

Expect overnight lows to bottom out in the 50s across the Piedmont with 40s in the High Country. With winds now out of the south ahead of our next weather system, some neighborhoods will top out in the 80s both Thursday and Friday! Rain coverage will be isolated Thursday morning with coverage increasing across the High Country through the second half of the day. Heavy downpours and isolated strong storms are possible across the High Country Thursday evening. The cold front pushes across the Piedmont Friday morning bringing a few showers and a possible isolated strong storm south of I-85. The severe weather risk across the WCCB area both Thursday and Friday will be low, but it is now zero. Rain totals from Thursday – Saturday range from an inch across the High Country (isolated higher amounts) to .10-.50” across the Piedmont. The farther W/NW you are in North Carolina, expect higher totals. Our next system will once again elevate rain coverage on Sunday.

Tonight: Increasing clouds. Patchy fog. Low: 56°. Wind: Light S/SW.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy. Increasing PM showers from west to east especially in the High Country. High: 78° – some Piedmont neighborhoods could reach low 80s. Wind: S 5-15.

Friday: Cold front pushing through Friday AM. Scattered showers with an isolated storm. High: 82°.

Have a beautiful week!