With a cold front stalled off of the East Coast, a series of disturbances riding along the front will keep the chance for rain around at times for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. One disturbance will bring a few areas of rain through the afternoon Wednesday then pull away Wednesday evening. Rain chances will taper off a bit, but cloudy and cold conditions remain around 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. Temps will struggle to reach the low to mid 40s during the day then dip to the mid to upper 30s into Thursday morning.
Another disturbance will push up the East Coast Thursday into Friday. Periods of rain, even heavy at times, will remain around with areas near the coast seeing the best chance for a soaking. Temps will once again stay above freezing, but barely warm to the low to mid 40s Thursday afternoon then finally reach the low 50s on Friday.
High pressure will push into the East on Saturday bringing much warmer and drier conditions for the weekend. Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s Saturday and even up to 70° for a few Inland locations on Sunday. Sunny skies will finally return for Saturday with more clouds, but dry conditions on Sunday as another front moves in late.
Wednesday: Periods of rain, otherwise cloudy and cold. Highs-Low/Mid 40s.
Tonight: Cloudy and cold, with the chance for a few showers. Lows: Grand Strand: Mid/Upper 30s, Inland: mid 30s
Thursday: Rain likely, cloudy and cool. Highs-Low/Mid 40s
Friday: Mostly Cloudy and cool with the slight for rain. Highs-Low/Mid 50s.
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