A cold front will move through the Carolinas Tuesday with the best chance for rain and an isolated storm Tuesday midday through the early evening. There is a slight chance for a strong storm with gamaging windsaround noon through 6pm from West to East across the area. 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. It will remain cloudy, warm and quite windy through the afternoon. Temperatures will reach the mid to upper 70s area wide. Winds gusts will exceed 25mph at times outside of any thunderstorm.
The cold front moves off of the coast Tuesday night. As cold, dry air surges in, temps will drop rapidly into the upper 30s Inland and low 40s along the Grand Strand by daybreak Wednesday. With winds still gusting around 25mph at times, the wind chill will hit the upper 20s to low 30s. Skies will remain mostly sunny Wednesday afternoon. despite the sunshine, temperatures will barely reach the upper 50s with breezy conditions remaining around.
Conditions will be even colder Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Temps will fall into the mid to upper 30s Inland and around 40° along the Grand Strand.
Temperatures will finmally rebound for the end of the week and weekend, but look for more clouds and the increased chance for rain Friday along the Grand Strand and a slight chance area wide on Saturday.
Tuesday: Cloudy, warm, and windy with the chance for rain early. Rain and storms likely from late morning through the early evening. A few Strong to severe storms possible during the afternoon and evening. Highs-Mid to upper 70s.
Tonight: Evening showers and storms then clearing, colder, and windy. Lows: Grand Strand: Low/mid 40s, Inland: Upper 30s.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, much colder, and windy. Highs- Upper 50s.
Thursday: Mostly to partly sunny and breezy. Cold morning(Mid 30s/Low 40s), but a mild afternoon. Highs-Low/Mid 60s
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