As the cold front pushes off shore early Wednesday, high pressure will slowly build South out of Canada through the end of the week and weekend. This will usher in cooler, drier air for the end of the week and weekend. With the ridge of high pressure in control, rain chances will be near zero.
A series of tropical waves from the Caribbean to the Atlantic are showing a low potential for development over the next few days. Get the latest tropical updates during hurricane season at our Hurricane Central page.
Today: Mostly to partly sunny, hot and humid. Scattered rain and storms, especially in the afternoon and evening. Highs-Grand Strand: Mid/Upper 80s, Inland: Low 90s.
Tonight: Isolated storm otherwise partly cloudy and humid. Lows:Low/mid 70s
Wednesday:Mostly to Partly sunny, warm and a bit sticky. Highs-Grand Strand: Mid/Upper 80s, Inland: Around 90.
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