Another extremely mild January day is winding down. Highs in Asheville reached the mid 60's again with records broken across the Upstate where highs tipped the mid and upper 70's.
Tonight expect clouds to move in and out of the area with weakening winds and cooler temperatures. Overnight lows dip into the upper 30's across the mountains, with mostly mid 40's for the Upstate.
Thursday looks to start with mixed clouds and sunshine, but mostly cloudy skies eventually take over with highs back in the low 60's. A few light patches of drizzle will be possible after sunset but real rain chances look to pick up after midnight. A weak cold front attached to a low moving into the Great Lakes will move over the Western Carolinas bringing light to moderate showers through Friday morning. Expect rain totals to mostly range from 0.2-0.5".
A stronger storm system takes aim at our area over the weekend with heavy rain and thunderstorms possible.
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Today's Record Temperatures