New Years Eve forecast is cool and dry

New Years Eve will be dry with high clouds streaming overhead that will bring us filtered sunshine. Temps will max out in the mid to upper 50s. It will get quite chilly after sunset with temperatures in the low 40s by midnight and mid to upper 30s by daybreak. Clouds will thicken up on New Years Day with a slim chance for a coastal shower late in the afternoon. Temperatures will reach around 60° New Years Day.

Rain chances ramp up heading into Wednesday night and Thursday as a system move from the Gulf of Mexico up the East Coast. Soaking rain will be possible Thursday, especially around and East of I-95. 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 evening.

Cold air will be surging in to overnight into Friday and stick around into the start of the weekend. Friday and Saturday will only see 40s for highs. Saturday morning will start in the low 20s.


Tuesday/New Years Eve: Filtered sunshine and cooler. Highs-Mid/Upper 50s

Tonight: Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies and chilly. Lows:Grand Strand: Upper 30s, Inland: Mid 30s.

Wednesday/New Years Day: Increasing clouds with the slight chance for a coastal shower late.. Highs-Around 60°.

Thursday: Periods of rain, otherwise cloudy and mild. Highs-Upper 50s

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