FORECAST: Cooler temperatures move in before rainy Sunday

ABOVE: The latest forecast update from Severe Weather Center 9. To stay on top of changing weather conditions, be sure to download our free WSOC-TV weather app.

  • We started off cool again Saturday, with temperatures in the low 30s. However, daytime highs across the metro are expected to reach the upper 50s with increasing cloud cover throughout the day.
  • There is a slight chance for a pop-up isolated shower Saturday night ahead of the main line of the system rolling in from the Gulf, but most of the area will be staying dry.
  • Widespread rain is expected to begin mainly after midnight across the region and continue throughout much of Sunday.
  • As of right now, approximately 1.5 to 3 inches of rain can be expected. Flooding concerns are low.
  • Strong winds will be a concern on Sunday, with gusts between 30 to 35 mph possible and highs that barely make it to the low 50s.
  • Cooler air is expected to set in by Tuesday, bringing daytime temperatures down to the 40s for Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • Temperatures appear to trend warmer for the holiday weekend.

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Madi Baggett

Madi Baggett,

Madi is a meteorologist for Severe Weather Center 9.

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