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Little Snow But Cold For All In Carolinas

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Sunny skies with cold temperatures are in store Wednesday. Sunny skies with cold temperatures are in store Wednesday.
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. -

High pressure will be centered over the Western Carolinas by Thursday morning.

Clear skies, light winds and very dry air will enable some temps in the mountains to dip into the teens by morning with another round of low 20s around the Upstate.

Let the faucets drip a slow drip to protect pipes, and make sure pets have a warm place to stay.

Sunny skies will help highs to get into the mid 50s by afternoon on Thursday.

Clouds come back for Friday along with a slight chance of a light shower in the afternoon.

Highs are back into the upper 60s by Saturday ahead of a front that will bring in a good chance for showers and some thunderstorms by Sunday night into Monday.

Another Arctic air mass will move in for Tuesday.

Get the complete Storm Team 7 Forecast here.

As Temperatures Dip, Charities Seek Donations

The Salvation Army is quickly running through its cold weather supplies as temperatures dipped below freezing and the winds only made it feel colder.

Late Tuesday, Captain Donnie Marvels was down to just one space heater left to give to a family in need.

"We're in desperate need of heaters and coats and blankets," Marvels said.

Donations can be dropped off at the Salvation Army location on John B. White Avenue in Spartanburg. You can find info at www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/spartanburg

Marvels said they are especially looking for new or used thicker coats rather than light jackets.

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