Published: 5.23.17 8:44am
Good Morning Folks! We picked up another quarter – half inch of rain overnight for most of the region, however several spots exceeded those amounts by a good bit, with Burrells Ford along the GA/SC line reporting a whopping 1.97” in a 24 hour period. Scattered showers will continue across the region through the morning hours, wane a bit this afternoon and then pick back up for a short time and after sunset we enter a lull as we wait on the next round to arrive. This next round will pepper the region tomorrow and eventually wind down late tomorrow night, with lingering showers extending all the way into Thursday morning. Clouds finally clear out Thursday night and setup a sunny forecast for Friday and Saturday, however Sunday is likely to feature increasing clouds as moisture pours back into the region. Temps will go from the low 60’s – low 70’s today and cool down to the low 50’s – mid 60’s Thursday, but quickly rebound to the upper 60’s – low 80’s Saturday; overnight lows generally will be in the upper 40’s – mid 50’s. All in all, we’ll continue to deal with showers today and tomorrow, clear out gradually Thursday and by the end of the week warmer and drier conditions setup shop.
Scattered showers are sliding across the region as low pressure systems out of the Gulf move across the Southeast, favoring the piedmont area more so than the mountains, but we can still expect another quarter- half... click here for more