Wednesday will be the last day this week that high pressure remains off of the East Coast keeping the area dry, hot, and humid. Mostly sunny skies will remain through Wednesday afternoon with highs in the low to mid 80s near the coast and around 90 Inland. Overnight clouds will begin to increase becoming mostly cloudy near daybreak Thursday. Temps will only fall into the upper 60s to around 70
An approaching cold front moves in late Thursday bringing t he best chance for rain and storms with it. Heavy rain will be possible along with a few strong storms during the afternoon and evening. Rain chance remain with us into Friday morning around daybreak, possibly ending earlier in the Pee Dee and Borderbelt. 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. Temps will max out in the low/mid 80s area winde Thursday with the humidity remaining high.
The front will move off of the East Coast early Friday. Clouds will begin to break and the umidity will drop as drier air moves in. Temps will be down as well with highs mainly in the 70s from Friday through the weekend. Mornings will be noticeable cooler as well with lows down to the lot/mid 50s by Sunday morning.
Wednesday: Mostly to partly sunny,warm, and humid. Highs-Grand Strand: Low 80s, Inland:Upper 80s/90.
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy, mild, and humid. Slight chance for a shower late : Mid/Upper 60s
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with scattered rain and storms.Heavy rain possible along with a few strong storms possible. Highs- Low/Mid 80s.
Friday: Mostly cloudy early with a few showers and storms giving way to some afternoon sunshine, lower humidity, and cooler conditions Highs-Upper 70s
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