Wed, 20 Feb 2013 12:38:16 GMT — High pressure will settle in for the next two days bringing plenty of sunshine along with it. Temps will remain below average with highs in the mid/upper 50s. It will be very cold tonight with area wide temps dropping below freezing and even into the upper 20s Inland. Our next rain maker will move in to end the week and start of the weekend. A warm front will remain South of the area Friday and cool air will wedge in from our Northeast. Rain will overspread the area Friday, but temps will struggle to reach the upper 40s Inland and low 50s across the Grand Strand. The warm front will move through overnight into Saturday and the tailing cold front will move through late saturday into Sunday. Rain chances stay with us into early Sunday. You can always track our rain on
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! Sunday will be the nicest day of the weekend with some sunshine and highs around 60. More rain returns for the beginning of next week.
Today: Mostly sunny and cool. Highs: Mid 50s.
Tonight: Clear and cold. Lows: Grand Strand: Low 30s, Inland: Upper 20s.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and cool. Highs: Mid 50s.
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