Spartanburg, which I imagine to be rather austere and without lavish amenities or luxury.
At 1115, Spartanburg was reporting temperature of 68 degrees with cloudy skies. Just down the road in Greenville, light rain was being reported, and radar detected similarly light showers ranging from Hickory, North Carolina all the way to Greenville. Temperatures were cooler in the Piedmont, north of a boundary associated largely with the Gulf of Mexico’s moist flow, though clouds and showers no doubt had something to do with the the seasonably pleasant weather.
The upper level jet is helping create a very strong ridge over the eastern 2/3 of the country, which means there will be no strong systems moving in there area. Instead, summer time convection will be in full force, particularly to the south of Spartanburg. Temperatures across the center of the country will be very hot, which can only aid in the on shore flow, meaning thunderstorms are a near certainty in the afternoons over the weekend.
Tomorrow- Warm and steamy, with afternoon showers and storms, High 85, Low 66
Sunday – Thunderstorms in the afternoon, otherwise steamy, High 91, Low 65
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly to mostly cloudy. High 84, Low 66
Sunday – Partly cloudy High 87, Low 66
AW: Tomorrow – Partly sunny and less humid High 86, Low 68
Sunday – Partly sunny with low humidity High 89, Low 67
NWS: Tomorrow – A chance of showers, mainly before 9am. Mostly cloudy High 84, Low 66
Sunday – Partly sunny, High 89, Low 67
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy. A chance of showers in the afternoon. High 84, Low 66
Sunday – Partly sunny. High 88, Low 68
Not as bad as it would be off to the west, but still very summery. Radar shows just a few showers around.