A system moves out of the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday and up the East Coast through Wednesday afternoon. Soaking rain moves in late in the morning and remains through the late evening. A few storms will also be possible. There is a slight risk of severe storms with the primary threat being damaging winds. While the tornado threat is very low, it is not zero. 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 totals will range from 1-3 inches with areas seeing the storms picking up the higher totals. Localized flooding and ponding on the roads will be a concern. Temperatures will vary across the area as a warm front remains near the coast. Hghs will reach the mid to upper 50s Inland and Mid 60s along the Grand Strand.
The system pulls into the Northeast late Wednesday. Wednesday night to Thanksgiving day cold air surges into the Carolinas. Thanksgiving day will be cold and blustery with below freezing temps in the morning and afternoon highs int eh mid 40s.
Friday will be even colder in the morning with widespread 20s, but sunny skies will help warm the area up into the low 50s.
Today: Rain likely,especially in the afternoon, with a few isolated strong to severe storms possible. Windy. Highs-Garnd Strand: Mid/Upper 60s, Inland: Mid/Upper 50s to Low 60s.
Tonight: Rain and a few storms early becoming more scattered. Isolated strong to severe storm possible.. Lows:Grand Strand: Low 60s, Inland:Low/Mid 50s.
Tuesday: Few showers early, otherwise cloudy skies. Some clearing late in the day, but still windy. Highs-Grand Strand: Low, Inland: Mid 50s.
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