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- Temperatures are about 10 degrees cooler for the city compared to Saturday morning, but conditions will rebound nicely by Sunday afternoon.
- Temperatures will be close to average Sunday as highs will make it to the mid-60s and overnight lows in the low 40s.
- There is an elevated fire danger across parts of the Carolinas on Sunday, according to the United States National Weather Service for Greenville-Spartanburg South Carolina.
- Clouds will return for tomorrow not allowing for a lot of daytime heating so temperatures will remain in the upper 50s.
- The region will start to see some rain Monday night with showers continuing throughout Tuesday and into early Wednesday. Possibility of thunder on Tuesday.
- Right now, early models are showing rainfall totals could reach approximately one inch in the mountains and 0.75 inches in the metro.
- The area will dry out on Wednesday and Thanksgiving with the next change for rain on Friday, but models on specific timing and amounts are uncertain.
- Highs will be closer to the upper 50s for the holiday and into the weekend.
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