A cold front passed by Thursday night with a few clouds, but a re-inforcing shot of cold air is following it. This cold air will push in during the day on Friday keeping temperatures well below average. Highs will struggle to reach the lower 60s area wide with a few areas along the border and I-95 staying in the upper 50s. The coldest air of the Fall season will really be noticed overnight into Saturday morning. Frost will be likely for all areas away from the immediate coast with near freezing temps in the Pee Dee and Borderbelt. A freeze watch is in effect across the Pee Dee and Borderbelt with a Frost Advisory in effect for the Grand Strand away from the coast. Lows will be in the low 30s Inland and mid to upper 30s along the Grand Strand.
High pressure will remain in control and slowly drift South and East. After a few cold nights and cool days, a warming trend will begin on Sunday afternoon. Highs will return to the 70s for much of next week.
A cold front moving across the country will approach the Carolinas late next week. A chance for a few showers may be around for Halloween. 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 .
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Today: Mostly sunny, cooler and a little breezy. Highs-Upper 50s/Low 60s.
Tonight: Clear skies and cold. Frost likely, especially Inland. Lows:Grand Strand: Mid/Upper 30s, Inland: Low 30s.
Saturday: Sunny and a little breezy. Cold start with a cool afternoon. Highs-Low 60s
Saturday: Sunny and warmer. Highs-Around 70
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