Independence Day forecast
Thu, 04 Jul 2013 11:47:30 GMT —
Happy Independence Day to you! High pressure is building in to the Carolinas from the East. The tropical moisture that soaked us over the past week or so has begun its shift Westward. Rain chances are much lower for the next 3 days, but not zero. There will be the slight chance we see a shower or storm, mainly Inland and in the afternoon and evening. Most locations will remain dry. High risk of rip currents today along the Grand Strand. Temps will remain in the mid to upper 80s near the Beaches and around 90° Inland.
High pressure continues to push in through the weekend taking away our rain chances and increasing our temperatures. The humidity will stick around.
The tropics remain quiet fairly quiet, but a disturbance in the Gulf off Mexico is showing signs of potential development. Winds aren't very favorable for development over the next few days though. Get the latest tropical updates during hurricane season at our Hurricane Central page.
Today: Mostly to partly sunny with a few showers and storms possible. Warm and humid. Highs: Grand Strand: Mid 80s, Inland:Upper 80s/90°.
Tonight: Evening showers/storms otherwise partly cloudy warm and humid. Lows:Low to Mid 70s.
Friday: Mostly to partly sunny with a few showers and storms possible. Warm and humid. Highs: Grand Strand: Mid 80s, Inland:Upper 80s/90°
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