Much colder air moving in
Tue, 24 Dec 2013 12:49:16 GMT —
A cold front has pushed off of the Carolina Coast early Tuesday morning. Morning clouds will push away and cold air will move through the area. Temperatures will struggle to warm into the mid and upper 50s. Skies remain clear overnight and the cold air will really settle in as temperatures drop into the mid and upper 20s.
Christmas Day will be under the influence of high pressure. Despite wall-to-wall sunshine, unseasonably cold conditions remain locked in place. Highs will only hit the mid to upper 40s.
Thursday will see more clouds with a slight chance for a coastal shower. Most locations will stay dry, but 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. Temperatures will warm back to the low 50s.
Tuesday: Morning clouds with more afternoon sunshine. Much cooler. Highs-Mid 50s
Tonight: Clear skies and cold. Lows:Grand Strand: Upper 20s, Inland: Mid 20s.
Wednesday/Christmas day: Sunny and even colder. Highs-Mid/Upper 40s.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a coastal shower possible. Highs-Low 50s
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