Showers Will Slowly End! - WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC

Showers Will Slowly End!

Some fairly decent rain totals around the 85 corridor!  Over an inch for Greenville, Spartanburg and Clemson today.

We'll continue to see light rain showers through this evening and the early overnight hours, but after midnight we'll be left with patchy fog and clouds.  So, we could have areas of reduced visibility for the morning commute on Thursday. 

Through Thursday we will slowly clear.  It's all as high pressure builds in from the north.  This high pressure will bring in some classic fall air to the Carolinas and Georgia for Friday through the weekend!  Highs are typically around 80 this time of year in the Upstate, and we'll get upper 70s to around 80 for Friday-Sunday.

A front will push through this weekend, and that will bring some clouds, and potentially a few mountain showers.  All in all, the weekend looks really nice.  Our nights will cool nicely into the 50s Friday night and for several nights onward. 

 

  • First Alert Weather NewsFirst Alert Weather NewsMore>>

  • First Alert Forecast: pleasant pattern change this week

    First Alert Forecast: pleasant pattern change this week

    Monday, June 26 2017 3:10 PM EDT2017-06-26 19:10:41 GMT
    Refreshing cooler temperatures are expected for your Tuesday morning with calm northerly breezes. (Source: WECT)Refreshing cooler temperatures are expected for your Tuesday morning with calm northerly breezes. (Source: WECT)

    A couple of puffs northern air will foster slightly-cooler-and-less-humid-than-average weather of in southeastern North Carolina this week.

    More >>

    A couple of puffs northern air will foster slightly-cooler-and-less-humid-than-average weather of in southeastern North Carolina this week.

    More >>
  • NOAA releases 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season forecast

    NOAA releases 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season forecast

    Thursday, May 25 2017 12:29 PM EDT2017-05-25 16:29:18 GMT

    NOAA - the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - released its 2017 Hurricane Season forecast for the Atlantic Basin Thursday.

    More >>

    NOAA - the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - released its 2017 Hurricane Season forecast for the Atlantic Basin Thursday.

    More >>
  • Hurricane cone-ology

    Hurricane cone-ology

    Today, satellites and supercomputers have vastly improved hurricane forecasting and warning. But one of our age's best tools for communicating a hurricane threat, the National Hurricane Center's official “forecast cone," can be misrepresented and is often misunderstood.

    More >>

    Today, satellites and supercomputers have vastly improved hurricane forecasting and warning. But one of our age's best tools for communicating a hurricane threat, the National Hurricane Center's official “forecast cone," can be misrepresented and is often misunderstood.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly