Rainy, cool, windy Tuesday

Monday's cold front has moved off of the Carolina Coast and will stall there for a few days. An area of low pressure will ride slowly along the front through Wednesday keeping the Carolinas in very unsettled weather pattern. Rain will be steady at times through Wednesday with more rain along the coast. .5in to 1.3inches of rain will be possible. You can always track the rain on
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! High pressure to our northwest, along with the low off of the coast, will keep the area quite cool and windy. Gusty Northeast winds around 20-30mph can be expected. High temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday will be unseasonably cool as they struggle to reach the mid and upper 60s.

By the end of the week the ridge of high pressure will slowly erode away some of the clouds, relax the winds, and but an end to the rain. Temperatures will finally reach the mid 70s through the weekend.

A few tropical waves in the Altantic are showing some potential for development over the next few days, but none of which pose an immediate threat to the US. Get the latest tropical updates during hurricane season at our Hurricane Central page.

Today: Cloudy, periods of rain, gusting winds and dropping temps. Afternoon temps will be in the low to mid 60s.

Tonight: Cloudy with periods of rain. Still quite breezy and cool. Lows:Grand Strand: Around 60°, Inland: Mid 50s

Wednesday:Cloudy,cool, breezy with scattered showers. Highs-Grand Strand: Around 70°, Inland:Mid/Upper 60s

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