High pressure to the North will funnel down unseasonably cold air to the Southeast today. Despite plentiful sunshine, temperatures will slowly climb into the low to mid 50s. A chilly Northeasterly wind between 10 and 20 mph will also kick up factoring in to the chill.
Clouds will increase overnight as an area of low pressure develops and moves through Florida. The chance for rain will increase near daybreak. The low will continue to move up the East Coast Tuesday keeping the clouds around, the chance for rain and chilly, breezy conditions as well. 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 be in the low to mid 50s area wide through Tuesday afternoon,
Skies will clear quickly overnight into Wednesday morning as the low moves away. Tempeatures will quickly drop to the low/mid 30s along the coast and around freezing Inland.
Wednesday will remain unseasonably cool, despite a good deal of sunshine back in the forecast. Temperatures will struggle to return back to the low 50s.
Monday: Sunny, cooler, and breezy. Highs-Low/Mid 50s
Tonight: Increasing clouds with the chance for rain late. Lows: Grand Strand: Around 40, Inland: Mid/Upper 30s
Tuesday: Periods of rain, especially closer to the coast. Cloudy, chilly, breezy,. Highs-Low 50s.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, chilly and breezy. Highs-Low 50s.
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