We're off the another mild and slightly muggy start in the Western Carolinas with some patchy dense fog.
After the fog clears expect a mostly sunny morning with temperatures warming to the low 80s by around 10 am.
Highs stay warm once again today - about 5-7 degrees above average - mostly in the mid and upper 80s in the mountains with low 90s for the foothills and mid 90s in the Upstate and Piedmont.
A few more high clouds and weakening high pressure should let highs drop a degree or two today. Slightly drier air should help keep thunderstorm chances to isolated or a few, about 30% in the mid to late afternoon.
Moisture increases into Thursday as a weak cold front and accompanying low pressure move into the mountains - increasing rian and storm chances into the afternoon.
The pattern continues Friday with shower and storm chances remaining high. The only good news with the increasing rain chances is high temperatures should get back down closer to seasonal average in the low to mid 80s in the mountains.
The weekend is looking less active then the end of the work week but you can still expect chances for scattered showers and storms, at least in the afternoon.