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Cold morning commute and rain approaches

GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Friday Morning will start off on the cold side with temperatures starting in the upper 20s. Clouds will build as the day continues and highs will reach the lower 50s.

Clouds will take over by Friday night and rain will move in late. We are looking at lows in the upper 30s for Saturday morning with rain becoming more widespread across the Upstate and Mountains.

Mid 40s for Saturday afternoon but then the sun will return on Sunday and we will see temperatures return to the mid 50s.

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