Sunny skies will give way to more late afternoon and evening clouds as a cold front approaches. Ahead of the front, mild conditions will remain in place with highs reaching the low 60s. This front will be moisture starved, but may produce a stray shower after midnight as it passes by. 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. With temperatures dropping into the 30s. There is a slim chance the borderbelt areas may see a flurry or two, but no accumulations are expected.
The cold front will move through before daybreak Thursday bringing a much colder airmass to the area. Temperatures Thursday will struggle to reach the upper 40s.
Friday evening another front will pass by dry with only a few clouds. Behind the front though, another cold airmass will push in for the weekend. Highs will remain in the upper 40s to low 50s through the weekend with both mornings below freezing.
Wednesday: Mostly to partly sunny and pleasant. Highs- Upper 50s/Low 60s
Tonight:Mostly cloudy skies with a slim chance for a passing shower. A flurry can't be ruled out along border. Lows:Grand Strand: Upper 30s, Inland: Low/Mid 30s
Thursday: Morning clodus with a stray shower giving way to mostly sunny, breezy, and colder conditions. Highs-Upper 40s.
Friday: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. A bit warmer. Highs-,Mid 50s
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