The Charlotte region could see a few more isolated showers on Friday before skies turn mostly sunny with a high of about 89 – the normal high for this time of year, according to the National Weather Service office in Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C.
Still, the chance of precipitation remains slim at 20 percent.
A weak high pressure system will linger over the area, with typical mid-summer weather expected through the weekend.
Forecasters expect the high pressure to gradually weaken through next week, with a relative cold front reaching the western Carolinas possibly by Thursday.
Highs are expected to increase to 91 Saturday, 93 Sunday and Monday, 92 on Tuesday, 91 Wednesday and 93 Thursday.