Scattered afternoon storms to end the week
Thu, 29 May 2014 13:53:54 GMT —
An approaching cold front will stall just to our North Thursday afternoon. This will help trigger scattered thunderstorms across the area. Look for heavy rain, intense lightning, and even strong wind gussts within any storm that moves through your area. 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. Temperatures will reach the low to mid 80s along the coast and low 90s Inland.
The front will remain stalled to our North again on Friday keeping the chance for scattered afternoon and evening storms in the forecast. Temps away from the beaches will reach the upper 80s Inland Friday afternoon, while coastal areas will be in the low to mid 80s.
The cold front will finally move through Saturday and push to our South. This will take away the humidity and the chance for storms. A slight chance for a few early Saturday will be possible until the front is well to our South during the afternoon and evening. On the back side of the front, dry air will move in bringing seasonable conditions for Sunday. Temperatures will reach the low to mid 80s area wide with plenty of sunshine and less humidity.
Thursday: Partly sunny, hot, and humid. Scattered afternoon and evening storms likely. Highs-Grand Strand: Mid 80s, Inland:Around 90°.
Tonight: A few evening storms then partly cloudy and humid. Lows: Grand Strand: Low 70s, Inland: Upper 60s
Friday: Partly sunny, hot, and humid. Scattered afternoon and evening storms likely. Highs-Grand Strand: Low/Mid 80s, Inland:Upper 80s
Wednesday: Mostly to partly sunny, hot, and humid. A few afternoon and evening storms possible. Highs-Grand Strand: Mid 80s, Inland:Around 90°
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