Sunday turned out to be a pretty nice day throughout the Upstate and the mountains, with a slim few thunderstorms rolling through. Anderson, Rutherfordton, and Clemson are three areas with measurable rain from the afternoon storms, with most other places having stayed dry. As the remainder of the clouds work their way out of our area tonight, we're looking at partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 50s to lower 60s waking up on Monday, though all should be dry. Throughout the rest of the day, we'll see decreasing cloud cover, and highs reaching the upper 80s Upstate, with lower 80s in the mountains by late afternoon. The dry weather continues through the day. Tuesday looks to be another gorgeous day in the upper 70s to upper 80s, with partly cloudy skies and just a slim chance for a pop up afternoon storm. Wednesday will be our next real weather-maker, with mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers and thunderstorms lasting throughout the day and possibly into the night as well. Because of the rain, Wednesday looks to be a bit cooler into the upper 70s and middle 80s.