While Thursday will start out dry, an area of low pressure will push up the East Coast Thursday afternoon into Friday. Rain will overspread the area from South to North through the mid afternoon. Periods of rain, heavy at times, will bring up to 2" of rain by the time all is said and done. Rain will become a bit more scattered on Friday. 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.
Winds will be picking up during the afternoon and overnight as the system strengthens off of the coast. Wind gusts will exceed 30mph with gust around 40mph not out of the question. Temps will once again stay above freezing, but barely warm to the low to mid 40s Thursday afternoon and Friday.
After the soaking to end the week, high pressure will move in on Saturday. Sunshine will return in full force and conditions will be much warmer. Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s Saturday and even up to 70 for a few Inland locations on Sunday. Dry and warm conditions remain through the weekend into early next week.
Thursday: Rain moving in during the afternoon otherwise cloudy, cold and windy. Gusts over 30mph possible. Highs-Low/Mid 40s
Tonight: Rain likely, heavy at times. Very windy and cold. Wind gusts over 30mph possible. Lows: Grand Strand: Low 40s, Inland: Upper 30s
Friday: Cloudy and chilly with periods of rain. Highs-Mid 40s to around 50.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and MUCH warmer. Highs-Mid/Upper 60s.
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