The weather will remain quiet through Friday, but changes are on the way for the weekend.

A cold front will move through the area Friday. It will be a dry frontal passage, but it will bring in colder air. Mostly sunny skies and dry conditions are expected for Friday.

The clouds and moisture will increase late Friday and into Saturday. Rain will spread across the Midlands for the weekend.

It will be a cold day Saturday with highs only in the lower 40s. Rain could be heavy at times on Saturday. Some sleet is possible in the northern portions of the Midlands Saturday as the rain moves through.

The showers will continue Sunday. The rain may become heavy at times. Some sleet could mix into the rain Sunday in the northern Midlands. High temperatures will only be in the upper 30s and lower 40s, but it will be breezy. The winds will make it feel even colder.

Through Sunday, we may get up to 3 inches of rain across the Midlands.


If you are traveling to the Upstate or to North Carolina, you may need to check your route over the weekend. Heavy snow is expected in parts of North Carolina, but there are no watches or warnings at this time.


There is growing concern for our weather for the start of the new workweek. Colder air is expected to push into the area, and there may be some lingering moisture available. The global models have indicted there could be a wintry mix across the Midlands Monday.


It is way too early to tell if there will be any impacts to our area Monday, but this will have to be monitored closely. Small changes in the timing and track of the storm system could mean big changes in our weather.