High pressure off of the East Coast will keep a warm flow coming into the area. Unseasonably warm and dry conditions remain for Tuesday with highs back into the low 70s along the coast until a cool seabreeze picks up, while Inland areas will reach the upper 70s.
Overnight into Wednesday morning the clouds wil increase and the chance for rain will move in near daybreak. A cold front will move through Wednesday evening. Mostly cloudy skies and the chance for rain will stay through the afternoon and evening until the front is off of the coast. 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. Temps once again reach the low 70s despite the clouds and chance for rain before the front moves through.
Clearing skies on Wednesday night into Thursday morning, along with much colder air moving in, will drop temps into the 30s by daybreak Thursday . Afternoon temperatures will struggle to reach 50 with mainly upper 40s Inland. Skies will remain sunny, but it will be quite windy. Thursday night into Friday morning will be the coldest night of the week. as temp drop below freezing across most Inland areas to start Friday.
Tuesday:Another sunny and warm day. Highs-Grand Strand: Low 70s, Inland: Upper 70s
Tonight: Increasing clouds with the chance for showers late. Lows: Low/Mid 50s
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with the chance for rain. Highs-Low 70s.
Thursday: Much colder, and windy with plenty of sunshine. Highs-Grand Strand:Around 50, Inland: Upper 40s
Are you social? We are! Don't forget to find us on:
F irst Warning Meteorologist Darren Stack has all of the details in your 7 day forecast. To post a comment, scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Post a comment"