We are headed to the southeast for today’s forecast. It’s interesting to think that we are moving further away from a looming tropical system by headed to the Carolinas.
At 756PM, ET, Anderson was reporting a temperature of 76 degrees with fair skies. Most of the region, save for a few isolated clouds around Toccoa, was enjoying a pleasant evening as well. Hurricane Jose was spinning in the western Atlantic, and drawing a good deal of the moisture in the region towards it, leaving the Eastern Time Zone in good shape.
Jet flow was ridging across much of eastern North America into the north Atlantic, with a trough in eastern Canada dampening through time, allowing any inclement weather to dissipate before it arrives at the Appalachians. All told, expect a pleasant beginning to the week in Upstate South Carolina.
Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 85, Low 65
Tuesday – Sunny, High 86, Low 64
TWC: Monday – Sunny, along with a few afternoon clouds. High 86, Low 63
Tuesday – Sunny skies High 86, Low 64
AW: Mostly sunny and humid High 86, Low 65
Tuesday – Mostly sunny and warm High 87, Low 64
NWS: Tomorrow – Patchy fog before 8am. Otherwise, sunny High 85, Low 65
Tuesday – Mostly sunny High 86, Low 64
WB: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 85, Low 66
Tuesday – Mostly sunny. High 85, Low 66
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 84, Low 64
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 86, low 64
FIO: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy starting in the evening. High 84, Low 68
Tuesday – Clear throughout the day. High 86, Low 67
Pretty uniform across the board, as they often are when high pressure is on the way. Satellite shows Jose lurking off the coast.