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Wet Start To Monday With Mild Temps

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Rainy start for Monday. Rainy start for Monday.
SPARTANBURG, S.C - A cold front is moving through our area spreading light showers.

The rain will be with us through the first half of Monday, with some clearing later in the day. Temperatures will still be relatively mild.

Cold air will move in from the northeast for Tuesday.

Combine that with some moisture moving through, and we're in for a cold, damp day in the Upstate.

There will be a potential for some freezing rain in the northern mountains Tuesday morning, with some light icing possible.


Expect an upward temperature jump for Wednesday, with another chance for rain as yet another front travels through.

We will be dry and cooler on Thursday.

You can get the complete forecast here.

Check live interactive radar by clicking here.



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