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Current Conditions: Greenville, South Carolina

Updated: @ 12-Apr-2021 8:15am - next update at 8:20am  
Summary Wind Rain More WX Info
Clear Clear
Currently: 53.3°F, Max: 60.8°F, Min: 52.8°F 53.3°F

Feels like: 53°F

24-hr change -7.5°FColder 7.5°F than yesterday at this time.
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Current Weather Conditions in Greer, SC, USA
 Calm N
Gust: 0 mph
0 Bft - Calm
Today: 1.2 mph 12:03am
Rain Today: 0 in
Rain Rate (/hr): 0 in
Rain Yesterday: 0 in
Storm Rain: 0 in
This Month: 0 in

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Humidity & Barometer Almanac Moon
Humidity: 76 %  
Dew Point: 45.9°F  
Barometer: 29.756 inHg
Trend: Rising slowly
Sunrise: 7:00am
Sunset: 7:59pm
Moonrise: 7:29am
Moonset: 7:37pm
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Forecast: Greenville / Greer / Taylors Area

Hazard Outlook ... High pressure remains over our region through today, leading to drier conditions. Another cold front will likely cross the area during the middle of the week, possibly bringing more rain to the area Wednesday. Drier and cooler air returns Thursday and continues into the weekend.

 Nowcast:  Clear for the hour.

Hi <85°F

Mostly Clear
Mostly Clear
Lo <55°F

Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
Hi ≈80°F
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Lo ≈55°F

Severe Weather Risk Outlook

WXSIM threat forecast for Greer, initialized at 5:00 AM Apr 12, 2021
Scattered thunderstorms possible on Wednesday. Severe thunderstorms unlikely at this time.

Scattered thunderstorms possible on Saturday Night. Severe thunderstorms unlikely at this time.

Scattered thunderstorms possible on Sunday. Severe thunderstorms unlikely at this time.


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This station is located in Greer, SC right outside the city of Greenville, in the County of Greenville - the Upstate. We have a somewhat continental type climate, with cool winters and hot summers. Greenville receives 47.2 inches of precipitation annually, which is somewhat evenly distributed throughout the year, although summer is slightly wetter. There is an average of 4.7 inches of snow, occurring mainly from January thru March, however ice storms and sleet are more common. uploads to numerous Weather Sites including Weather Underground and are extremely active on Twitter, Reddit, and Discord. We stream our local NOAA Weather Radio and are a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador and a Skywarn Certified Spotter. The station is powered by a Davis Vantage Vue weather station. Reports current weather conditions, including outdoor temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction, dew point, and rainfal.

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