Less heat, more clouds and rain at times
Wed, 14 Aug 2013 12:26:38 GMT —
A cold front will move through and stall across the Coastal Carolinas for the next few days. This will increase rain chances at times across the area with periods of heavy rain and storms possible through saturday, especially near the coast. Rainfall amounts will vary greatly with higher amounts near the Grand Strand and South. You can always track the storms on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app.
With the front stalled to the South, temperatures will be much cooler than the start of the week. Highs will only reach the mid 80s Wednesday at best with much cooler conditions around for the rest of the week. Inland areas will see temperatures struggle to even hit 80° on Thursday.
A few disturbances in the tropics warrant watching and are showing a moderate to high potential for development. A disturbance in the Caribbean is showing a moderate potential for development over the next 2 days while another system coming off of the African coast is showing a high potential. The Caribbean system is forecast to head into the Gulf of Mexico by the end of the week. Get the latest tropical updates during hurricane season at our Hurricane Central page.
Today: Mostly cloudy, cooler. Scattered showers and storms are possible. Highs-Mid 80s
Tonight:Few showers/storms otherwise cloudy and cooler. Lows:Mid/Upper 60s.
Thursday:Cloudy and much cooler with the chance for scattered rain and an isolated storm. Highs- Grand Strand:Low 80s, Inland: Upper 70s.
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