After reports of severe thunderstorms bringing small hail, downpours, power outages, and downed trees to the area Thursday afternoon, we're in for a much quieter weather setup to end the week and start the weekend. The weather-stirring cold front has moved off the east coast, and high pressure is building today. We can expect to see mostly sunny skies, with a few more clouds up around the mountains. Highs today will reach the middle to upper 80s. Overnight, partly cloudy skies move in though we stay dry with temperatures in the low 60s in the mountains, and upper 60s Upstate. Saturday should be an overall dry day with partly cloudy skies and highs in the middle 80s to 90°, with the mountains seeing a chance for an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon. Sunday, our next cold front will move through, bringing mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers and storms to the mountains, and partly cloudy skies with isolated storms Upstate. We'll remain warm on Sunday in the upper 80s Upstate, and lower 80s in the mountains. The front will pass, but begin to reapproach our area on Monday as a warm front, and eventually becoming stationary for the remainder of the week. This means that Monday should be an overall dry day with just a chance for a pop up shower or storm late day, but as the front hovers through the week, we'll see a chance for pop up showers or storms just about every day through the end of next week. Enjoy this sunshine while we have it! Have a great weekend.