Arctic front to bring “dangerously cold temperatures” for the holiday weekend in Greenville, SC

The National Weather Service is calling for plummeting temperatures and strong, gusty winds.


The darker the blue, the colder it’ll be. | Graphic via the National Weather Service

I’m dreaming of a White cold Christmas. Local forecasters are calling for “dangerously cold temperatures” this holiday weekend with some of the most frigid temperatures the Upstate has seen on Christmas in decades (think: the 1980s).

  • Friday, Dec. 23 | High: 33°F, Low: 14°F | The high temperature for the day is expected in the morning as cold air arrives and temperatures plummet throughout the day. The National Weather Service forecast also calls for strong, gusty winds.
  • Saturday, Dec. 24 | High: 33°F, Low: 17°F | Highs will hover around freezing for your last-minute shopping + Christmas Eve festivities.
  • Sunday, Dec. 25 | High: 38°F, Low: 20°F | As you wake up on Christmas morning, temperatures will be in the single digits and teens.

Remember: The windchill makes it feel colder than it actually is, so keep an eye on the forecast from your favorite local meteorologist, and stay warm, GVL.

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