A cold front will pass by the Carolinas tonight with a few extra clouds, but no rain. The front will be off of the coast by daybreak on Tuesday. A slightly cooler day is forecast for Tuesday. New Years Eve will be dry and clear, but getting chilly after sunset. Temperatures will reach around 60° on Monday,mid to upper 50s on New Years Eve, and around 60° again on New Years Day.
A system moving from the Gulf of Mexico up the East Coast will increase the clouds on New Years Day with the chance for rain moving in late and lasting into Thursday. 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. Rain will be moving out on Thursday and cold air will be surging in to start the weekend.
Monday: More afternoon clouds and still mild. Highs-Around 60°
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy skies and cool. Lows:Grand Strand: Mid 40s, Inland: Low 40s.
Tuesday/New Years Eve: Morning clouds with more afternoon sunshine. Cooler. Highs-Mid/Upper 50s
Wednesday/New Years Day: Increasing clouds with the slight chance for a coastal shower late.. Highs-Around 60°.
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