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Rain, Clouds, Thunderstorms Expected Early This Week

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Pine Street flooded in Spartanburg (User Submitted) Pine Street flooded in Spartanburg (User Submitted)
Jeep stuck in water on Simuel Road near Howard Street Jeep stuck in water on Simuel Road near Howard Street
Flooding on Asheville Highway (Mrs. Rolison) Flooding on Asheville Highway (Mrs. Rolison)
Flooding at the Ingles parking lot on Asheville Highway. (User Submitted) Flooding at the Ingles parking lot on Asheville Highway. (User Submitted)
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -

After a sunny, dry weekend, rain has returned to our forecast.

Forecast

Rain, clouds and scattered thunderstorms are expected Monday and Tuesday, according to Storm Team 7 Meteorologist Malachi Rodgers.

Rain chances for the first part of the week will remain high with good chances to see rain on both days as an unsettled weather pattern hangs over the area.

We can expect periods of heavy rain, lightning and gusty winds from some of these storms, but very few are forecast to reach severe limits.

A cold front will move through the area on Wednesday and that will bring us warmer temperatures and drier weather for the second part of the week.

Highs Monday will be in the middle 80s for the Upstate and upper 70s for the mountains.

Flooding

Several reports of flooding in Spartanburg have come in to our newsroom with storm cells passing through the area Monday afternoon.

Problem areas include Asheville Highway and California Avenue near Business 85.

We have crews on the way.  Keep checking back for updates.

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