Warmer Friday, rain possible early Saturday
Fri, 14 Feb 2014 13:36:21 GMT —
Skies will remain mostly to partly sunny through Friday afternoon. This sunshine will help temperatures rebound into the the low to mid 50s form most areas East of I-95. With the ice still on the ground across the Pee Dee and Border Belt, temperatures will be much slower to rise. Highs will slowly reach the mid to upper 40s in these areas. The ice will finally melt away through the afternoon.
A cold front will move through early Saturday morning. Temperatures will be above freezing when the rain showers arrive so we are not looking for any frozen precipitation. 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.
As the system moves away Saturday afternoon, the clouds will decrease and dry conditions return. temperatures will warm back into the low to mid 50s. Sunday will be another pleasantly cool day with sunshine and highs in the low to mid 50s.
Our warming trend continues into next week with highs reaching the 60s and 70.
Friday: Mostly to Partly sunny and cool. Highs-Low/mid 50s, Inland: Mid/Upper 40s for areas with ice on the ground.
Tonight: Becoming mostly cloudy with the chance for rain increasing late. Lows: Grand Strand: Low 40s, Inland: Mid/Upper 30s.
Saturday: Few Showers, cloudy early. Drying out with more sun during the afternoon. Highs-Low/Mid 50s
Sunday:Mostly to partly sunny and mild. Highs- Mid 50s.
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