Forecast for Western North Carolina and the Upstate of S.C. Sunday, March 26th
A line of showers is moving through Western North Carolina as of 6 am. The band of showers is likely to clear to the east by around noon or so, with a chance for additional scattered showers developing through the afternoon. A few of those afternoon showers could develop into thunderstorms, but severe thunderstorms are not looking likely.
Models have trended down with rain totals as the better energy for showers has shifted farther north than it looked yesterday. Most areas can expect between a tenth and quarter of an inch, with a few spots seeing a half in or more, mostly to the west of I-40.
Expect highs mostly in the mid 60's across WNC, with low to mid 70's for the Upstate.
A few scattered showers and thunderstorms could hang around through the overnight hours with additional scattered showers and thunderstorms through Monday and Tuesday.
Highs in the 70's return to WNC Monday!
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