SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – A cold front moving across the Upstate will bring heavy rain, high wind gusts and unseasonable temperatures on Friday and Saturday.
The rain will be scattered all day on Friday with the high temperature at 64 and the low at 43 in the Upstate. In the mountains, the high will be 57 and the low will be 40.
As we lose daytime heating, thunderstorms will disappear leaving just rain in the Upstate and mountains.
Saturday will be a soaker for much of the Upstate and western North Carolina. The high for the Upstate will be 46 and the low 41. In the mountains, the high will be 46 and the low 35.
The rain totals for Friday and Saturday will be about three inches.
However, on Sunday the sun will return with warmer temperatures.
The rain brought down trees and power lines in parts of the Upstate Friday afternoon.
Weather took down a power line in the area of Vine Street and Brockman Avenue in Greenville County.
Duke Energy reported 1,273 customers without power in that area.
A downed tree took down a power line and landed on a resident’s car along Pine Street near Alice Street.
More than 800 are without power in Walhalla due to weather damage, according to Duke Energy.
A 7NEWS viewer sent a photo of a car along South Church Street Extension near Spartanburg which had a tree branch impaled through the windshield.
There’s no word yet on any injuries.
A large tree fell across Webb Street near West Whitner Street in Anderson.
That tree took down some utility lines along Webb Street.