A cold front will sweep through Wednesday afternoon keeping the chance for rain and even a few isolated storms in the forecast through early afternoon. More hit and miss showers with more misses than hits. 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. It will be much warmer out ahead of the front with highs returning to the mid to upper 60s along the borderbelt and even upper 60 and low 70s from the Pee Dee to Grand Strand.
Colder air will move in overnight Wednesday into Thursday as the skies clear out.
Thursday will be much drier and cooler with partly sunny skies and temps in the low to mid 50s.
A series of disturbances will impact the area from Friday through Sunday. While temperatures will still reach the 50s and 60s during the afternoon and stay above freezing at night, skies will generally be mostly cloudy and the chance for showers will be around each day, especially Saturday.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and much warmer, Few showers/isolated storm. Highs- Upper 60s/Low 70s.
Tonight: Clearing skies and chilly. Lows: Grand Strand: Around 40°, Inland: mid/upper 30s.
Thursday: Partly sunny, cooler but dry. Highs-Low/mid 50s
Friday: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy and cool. Highs-Low/mid 50s.
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