Clouds will remain thick for New Years Day. The chance for rain will be increasing through the morning into the afternoon as a system works from the Gulf of Mexico into Florida. 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. Temperatures will reach the mid 50s New Years Day.
Rain chances ramp up heading into Wednesday night and Thursday as the system moves from the Florida up the East Coast and merges with an approaching cold front from the West. Soaking rain will be possible with rainfall totals up to an inch possible. Temperatures will start in the mid 40s and warm to the mid 50s on Thursday.
Once the cold front is East of the area, cold, dry air will surge in dropping the temperatures to around freezing by daybreak on Friday. Cold, blustery conditions will remain in place Friday and Saturday with highs only reaching the 40s. Saturday morning will start in the low 20s with teens possible along the border.
Sunday and Monday will be a bit cloudy with the chance for showers returning. Temps will return to the upper 50s to around 60.
Wednesday/New Years Day: Cloudy with a chance for rain moving in late in the day. Highs-Mid 50s.
Tonight: Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies and chilly. Lows:Grand Strand: Upper 30s, Inland: Mid 30s
Thursday: Periods of rain, otherwise cloudy and cool. Highs-Mid 50s
Friday: Much colder and breezy with mostly sunny skies. Highs-Low 40s
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