Spring warmth remains. Weekend cold front brings changes
Thu, 03 Apr 2014 12:12:24 GMT —
High pressure remains off of the East Coast bringing a warm flow of air into the area. Temperatures will once again reach the 80s away from the coast. A cool breeze off of the ocean will set up during the afternoon. This will keep coastal areas a bit cooler with temperatures peaking in the mid 70s to around 80° before cooling into the low 70s/upper 60s during the afternoon.
A cold front will approach late Friday into early Saturday. Ahead of the front, the nice weather will continue with a few clouds and the 70s /80s for Friday afternoon. The front moves through early Saturday.This will bring a few showers and even a few storms mainly overnight into the 1st half of Saturday. They will be few and far between. 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.
The front will linger near the coast Sunday and Monday keeping some clouds around. An area of low pressure is forecast to move up the front Sunday night into Monday. This will increase the chance for rain Sunday afternoon into Monday night.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and warm. A cool ocean breeze will keep coastal area temps down. Highs- Grand Strand: mid 70s/80°, Inland: Mid 80s.
Tonight: Mostly clear skies and mild. Lows: Grand Strand: Low 60s, Inland: Mid/Upper 50s.
Friday: Mostly to partly sunny and warm. A cool ocean breeze will keep coastal area temps down. Highs- Grand Strand: mid 70s/80°, Inland: Mid 80s..
Saturday: Mostly sunny and warm. A cool ocean breeze will keep coastal area temps down. Highs- Grand Strand: Low to mid 70s, Inland: Low/Mid 80s
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