Coldest air of Fall so far moves in today
Tue, 12 Nov 2013 13:57:33 GMT —
Morning sun will give way to more clouds during Tuesday afternoon as a cold front pushes through. This front will be fairly moisture starved as it passesThere will be a slight chance for a passing shower or drizzle across the area, but most locations will stay dry. While the chance is slim, a flurry or two can't be ruled out alog the Border. 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. Arctic air surging behind the front late Tuesday through Wednesday afternoon will drop temps to the low 30s Wednesday morning and only reach the 40s for highs Wednesday afternoon. Strong gusting winds will hit over 30mph putting the wind chill temps Wednesday morning in the 20s and even a few teens. The winds will gradually relax Wednesday evening and temperatures drop quickly to the mid and upper 20s areawide.
Temps will be on the rise through the weekend, but rain chances increase this weekend as well.
Today:Sunny early with more PM Clouds. Increasing winds and decreasing temps late. Highs-Low/Mid 60s.
Tonight: Cold & windy, Clouds with an evening shower possible clearing late. Brief flurry possible Inland. Lows:Grand Strand: Low/Mid 30s, Inland: Low 30s. Wind Chills in the 20s!
Wednesday: Sunny, much colder, and windy. Gusts 30mph+. Highs-Mid/Upper 40s
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