Tuesday's rain maker has moved on and high pressure is building into the East Coast. Unseasonably cold air will remain around Wednesday with temperatures barely reaching 50. A chilly breeze will also kick up making it feel even colder.
As high pressure gets closer to the Carolinas, the winds will relax. Clear skies overnight and the winds going calm will result in a very cold night. Temperatures are forecast to drop below freezing across the entire area by Thursday morning. This could potentially have impacts on sensitive vegetation, field crops, as well as plants or bushes. Take necessary precautions to protect them.
Also make sure you bring your pets inside or give them a warm place to stay to get out of the cold. They get cold just like you and I. Make sure to check on their water that it has not frozen over.
High pressure will push off of the coast late Thursday. This will bring more warmth and clouds Thursday and Friday. There will even be a chance for a few showers/storms on Friday afternoon.
A cold front will move in Saturday bringing in a better chance for showers and even a few storms. You can always track the rain on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app.
Wednesday: Sunny, chilly and breezy. Highs-Around 50.
Tonight: Clear and cold. Lows: Grand Strand: Around 30, Inland: Mid/Upper 20s.
Thursday: Mostly to partly sunny and a bit warmer. Highs-Grand Strand: Upper 50s, Inland: Low 60s
Friday: Much warmer, ,. Highs-Low to mid 50s.
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