High pressure will settle off of the Southeast Coast today and tomorrow bringing a nice warm up to the area. Spring-like warmth will be around for today and Wednesday with highs in the 70s for many locations, aside from along the immediate coast where a chilly ocean breeze will keep temps closer to the upper 60s. A cold front will come through tomorrow with a period of heavy rain and the potential for strong wind gusts. A slight risk of severe storms will be possible for most of the area tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow night. You can always track our rain chances on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app! High pressure behind the front will bring a re-inforcing shot of cool air to the area. Highs be closer to our seaonal averages arounnd the mid 50s through the end of the week and weekend.
Today: Cloud cover will vary from partly sunny to mostly cloudy but it will be unseasonably warm. Highs: Grand Strand: Upper 60s, Inland:Low 70s.
Tonight: partly to mostly cloudy and mild. Lows: Mid/Upper 50s.
Wednesday:Partly sunny to mostly cloudy, windy and unseasonably warm. Chance for rain/storms will increase late with the slight risk for severe storms. Highs: Mid/Upper 70s.
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