Chilly, dry Monday then soaking rain arrives
Mon, 25 Nov 2013 14:01:43 GMT —
After starting Monday morning with temps in the 20s, temperatures will slowly rebound int the mid and upper 40s. A few locations may reach 50°. Cloud cover will be increasing as skies become mostly cloudy by the evening.
A system is forecast tomove out of the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday and up the East Coast through Wednesday afternoon. This will bring in soaking rain and even a few storms Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will reach the upper 50s Inland and Mid 60s along the Grand Strand. Once the system is off to the Northeast, cold air will surge in behind it. Thanksgiving will see plenty of sunshine, but cold, blustery conditions as well. Highs will struggle to reach the upper 40s.
Today: Increasing clouds, chilly and a little breezy. Highs-Mid/Upper 40s.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, chilly, but warming by daybreak. Isolated shower by daybreak possible. Lows:Grand Strand: Low/Mid 40s, Inland:Mid/Upper 30s.
Tuesday: Rain likely,especially in the afternoon. Mild. Highs-Garnd Strand: Low/Mid 60s, Inland: Upper 50s/Low 60s.
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