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Showers early, storms late Sunday

Expect mostly cloudy skies overnight, with lows holding in the upper 40s and low-50s as clouds thicken.  Isolated showers move in throughout the day Sunday, but wind and pockets of heavier rain move in late afternoon as a cold front approaches.  Rain and storms stick around overnight with a few strong storms possible in Western NC, damaging wind as the main threat.  By Monday's morning commute we'll still see a few pockets of showers, but drier weather sets in quickly once the front passes bringing us drier weather through the day.  Late afternoon we'll be back to partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 60s Upstate, lower 60s in Western NC.  Clearer, cooler weather in the 50s settles in for the middle portion of the week, with a northerly breeze.

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