The cold front will stall off of the East Coast for a few days keeping the deep moisture just offshore. Most areas will remain dry but clouds will linger around and stray shower or two may get pulled back on shore. Thursday will be drier with a little more sunshine. Temps will remain in the mid 80s area wide Thursday before warming back to the mid to upper 80s heading to the start of the weekend.
Tropical Depression #2 will move from the Bay of Campeche into Mexico today and may strengthen into Tropical Storm Barry before making landfall. It poses no threat to the US. Get the latest tropical updates during hurricane season at our Hurricane Central page.
Today: Warm and humid. Grand Strand: Mostly cloudy with periodic showers/storms. Inland: Some afternoon sunshine mixed with clouds and the chance for a few showers and storms. Highs-Mid 80s.
Tonight: Few showers/storms early otherwise partly to mostly cloudy. Lows:Around 70.
Thursday:Partly sunny and warm. Highs-Mid 80s.
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