Thursday will be the coldest day in the Carolinas over the next 7 days. A front stalled off of the coast, along with an area of low pressure moving up along it, will keep areas along the coast with more clouds and even the slight chance for a passing sprinkle. Inland areas will see more sunshine, especially West of I-95. Cold conditions will remain in place with the ice and snow still on the ground in many locations. Highs remain in the 30s with temps finally getting above freezing around noon. Mostly clear skies will move in overnight and temps will fall back below freezing into the low 20s near the beaches and upper teens Inland.
Mostly sunny skies will finally take shape for Friday helping the temperatures warm into the upper 40s by the afternoon. Saturday will be even warmer with a few more clouds and temps near 60.
A series of disturbances will impact the area from Sunday through Thursday. While temperatures will still reach the 50s and 60s during the afternoon and stay well above freezing at night, skies will generally be mostly cloudy and the chance for showers will be around each day. 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.
Thursday: Sunny and warmer. Highs-,Upper 50s/Low 60s.
Tonight: Mostly clear and chilly. Lows:Grand Strand: Low 40s, Inland: Mid/Upper 30s
Friday: Increasing clouds with a slim chance for a shower late. Highs- Mid/Upper 50s
Saturday: Morning clouds will give way to sunny skies. Cold, blustery conditions. Highs-Mid 30s.
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