An area of low pressure that sat off of the Southeast Coast all weekend will finally move away Monday. While some clouds may wrap around the low keeping mostly sunny to partly sunny skies in the forecast, dry conditions will remain across the area. Temperatures will finally rebound back into the low to mid 70s.
A cold front will approach the Carolinas late Tuesday afternoon and evening. This will increase the cloud cover and even bring the chance for a few showers and isolated storms late Tuesday afternoon Inland. A few showers will be possible toward the coast well after sunset. 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. Temps will max out in the mid 70s along the Grand Strand and even around 80° Inland. .
The cold front will move off of the coast overnight Tuesday into Wednesday taking the clouds and rain along with it. Behind the front, there won't be a major drop in temps. While the mornings will be noticeably cooler with lows in the 40s, afternoon temps will remain in the 70s through the end of the week. Skies will remain mostly sunny Wednesday.
Monday: Mostly to partly sunny, warmer, and a bit breezy. Highs-Low/Mid 70s
Tonight: Mostly clear to partly cloudy and mild. Lows: Low/mid 50s.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny early with more clouds late in the day. Rain chances move in late in the afternoon Inland then push toward the coast after sunset. Highs-Grand Strand: Mid to upper 70s, Inland: Around 80°.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and pleasant. Highs- Low/Mid 70s.
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