Chilly with the chance for rain on St. Patrick's day
Mon, 17 Mar 2014 12:36:55 GMT —
A series of low pressure will continue to move up the East Coast for the next two days. This will keep the chance for rain and unseasonable chilly conditions for Monday and Tuesday. 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. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 40s area wide through the evening Monday, then drop to the mid to upper 30s Inland and around 40° along the coast overnight.
Tuesday will be drier than Monday, but rain chanes stay up, especially closer to the coast. Wednesday will still hold a slight chance for showers and plenty of cloud cover, but temperatures will finally return back to the 60s.
Sunshine finally returns in full force Thursday helping temperatures warm into the 60s and even around 70° Inland. This warmth even remain into the start of the weekend, but the next system moving in Saturday will bring the chance for rain and a cool down to follow.
Monday: Periods of rain, cloudy, chilly, breezy. Afternoon temperatures win the low to mid 40s
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with periods of rain. Lows: Grand Strand: Around 40°, Inland: Mid/Upper 30s
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with the chance for showers, especially early and closer to the coast. Highs-Low 50s.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with the slight chance for a few showers. Warmer Highs-Mid 60s.
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irst Warning Meteorologist Darren Stack has all of the details in your 7 day forecast. To post a comment, scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Post a comment"