The cloudy skies and light rain/drizzle/mist to start Wednesday will gradually break through the afternoon with more sunshine. This will help temperatures rebound into the upper 50s to mid 60s. Temperatures will remaion cooler in areas that are last to break out of the cloudy sky.
With the leftover moisture from the past few days settling at the surface, patchy fog will develop into early Thursday morning. Sunny skies will move in and stick around to end the week. This will supply a gorgeous start to Spring! Spring will officially begin on Thursday at 12:57pm. Temperatures warm up into the upper 60s near the coast and even around 70° Inland Thursday afternoon and low 70s on Friday. This warmth even remains 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.
Wednesday: Cloudy with the chance for showers/mist/drizzle early then increasing sunshine through the afternoon. Warmer. Highs-Grand Strand: Around 60°, Inland: Low/mid 60s, Border belt: Upper 50s/60°
Tonight: Patchy fog otherwise partly cloudy and cool. Lows: Grand Strand: Around 50°, Inland: Mid/Upper 40s
Thursday: Sunny and much warmer! Highs: Grand Strand: Mid/Upper 60s, Inland: Around 70°
Friday: Cloudy, chilly, and breezy with the chance for showers, especially early and closer to the coast. Highs-Mid/Upper 40s.
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