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Heavy Rain, Flooding, T-Storms Possible Thurs.

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Heavy rain and possible flooding is int he forecast Thursday for the Upstate and mountains of western North Carolina, according to Storm Team 7 meteorologists.

Some thunderstorms are also possible.

"Highs will climb to the low 70s for the Upstate and upper 60s for the mountains," Meteorologist Malachi Rodgers adds.

Partly cloudy skies overnight will give us lows in the low 50s in the Upstate and low 40s for the mountains.

Sunshine and cooler temperatures return on Friday and this weekend.

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