With a ridge of high pressure right over the Carolinas, hot and dry conditions will remain in the forecast for Wednesday. While it will still be a little sticky, the humidity will still be a bit bearable. Temperatures will rise into the mid and upper 80s near the coast before the sea breeze pushes in and cools coastal areas back into the mid and lower 80s. Inland areas away from the sea breeze will see temperatures soar into the mid 90s and heat index values will reach around 100.
High pressure parked over the Southeast will push off of the East Coast through the end of the week and weekend.This will bring an increase in humidity along with even more heat. Temperatures by Thursday and Friday will reach the 90s area wide with heat index values over 100 for many locations. The chance for a few afternoon and evening storms will also be possible. You can always track the rain on First Warning Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app .
Wednesday: Mostly to partly sunny, hot, and humid. A stray afternoon/evening storms possible Inland. Highs-Grand Strand: Mid/Upper 80s, Inland:Low/Mid 90s.
Tonight: Mostly clear, mild, and a bit muggy. Lows:Low 70s
Thursday: Mostly to partly sunny, hot, and humid. Slight chance for a few afternoon storms. Highs-Grand Strand: Upper 80s/90, Inland:Mid/Upper 90s. Heat index 98-105
Friday: Mostly to partly sunny, hot, and humid. Slight chance for a few afternoon storms. Highs-Grand Strand: Upper 80s/90, Inland:Mid/Upper 90s. Heat index 98-105
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