A cold front will move through Friday bringing more clouds and the chance for a few showers and storms. The best chance will be during the afternoon and evening, and a few stronger storms will be possible into North Carolina. Most of the day will be dry. 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.
Once the front is off of the coast, skies will clear overnight. It will remain mild with temps only dropping into the mid and upper 50s by daybreak Saturday. Sunny skies will stick around all weekend long as high pressure settles into the East Coast. This will help the temperatures reach the upper 70s to mid 80s on Saturday and Sunday.
The next chance for rain will move in toward the middle of next week. A very slow moving system will move into the East next week increasing the chance for more rain and storms.
Friday: Partly sunny and warm with the chance for showers and even an isolated storm, mainly during the afternoon and evening. Highs-Grand Strand: Upper 70s, Inland: Low/Mid 80s
Tonight: Clearing skies and still mild. Lows: Grand Strand: Upper 50s, Inland: mid 50s.
Saturday: Sunny skies and plenty of warmth. Highs- Upper 70s/Low 80s.
Sunday: Mostly sunny skies and plenty of warmth. Highs- Upper 70s/Low 80s
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