Tuesday's cold front is well off of the coast and the rain has moved on. Cold, dry air continues to surge in across the area keeping temps in the upper 50s Inland and lower 60s along the coast. Winds will still gust over 25mph at times through the afternoon and only relax a little bit this evening. After some morning cloud cover, skies will remain become mostly sunny through Wednesday afternoon.
Conditions will be a bit colder Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Temps will fall into the low to mid 30s Inland with a few spots even briefly dropping to freezing. The Grand Strand will see temperatures drop into the upper 30s by daybreak Thursday. A chilly Northeasterly wind will remain through Thursday afternoon with clouds increasing across the area. Temperatures will at least get back to the low to mid 60s area wide.
Clouds continue to increase for Friday as an area of low pressure approaches and moves off of the East Coast. The chance for rain will increase, mainly East of I-95 during Friday afternoon and evening. 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. Temperatures will reach the mid 60s once again.
As the low moves away into early Saturday morning, rain chances will end and skies will clear. The weekend looks great with plenty of sunshine and temperatures finally returning back to the 70s.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, much colder, and windy. Highs- Upper 50s.
Tonight: Mostly clear skies, colder, and still a bit breezy. Lows: Grand Strand: Upper 30s, Inland: Mid 30s.
Thursday: Mostly to partly sunny and breezy. Highs-Low/Mid 60s
Friday: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy. Slight chance for rain, especially near the coast during the afternoon. Highs-Mid/Upper 60s.
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