Still chilly with few showers Tuesday. Warm up coming
Tue, 18 Mar 2014 13:09:38 GMT —
An area of low pressure will pass off of the Carolina Coast Tuesday into Tuesday night. This will keep overcast skies along with chilly, breezy conditions around overnight. Rain chances remain in the forecast, especially closer to the coast early in the day, but it will be drier than Sunday and Monday.
The low will move away into early Wednesday morning. Wednesday will start with a slight chance for a shower/drizzle and plenty of cloud cover, but more sunshine will break through during the afternoon. Temperatures will finally return back to the 60s.
Spring will officially begin on Thursday t 12:57pm and it will shape up to be a very nice Spring afternoon. Sunny skies, and seaonable temperatures will finally return. Temperatures warm up into the 60snear the coast and even around 70° Inland. This warmth even remain into the start of the weekend, but the next system moving in Saturday will bring the chance for rain and a cool down to follow.
Tuesday: Cloudy, chilly, and breezy with the chance for showers, especially early and closer to the coast. Highs-Mid/Upper 40s.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with periods of rain. Lows: Grand Strand: Around 40°, Inland: Mid/Upper 30s
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with the slight chance a shower. Warmer. Highs-Mid 60s.
Thursday: Sunny and much warmer! Highs: Grand Strand: Mid/Upper 60s, Inland: Around 70°
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