A stalled front will begin to washout out as drier air moves into the Carolinas. A few afternoon or evening showers and storms will be possible, but most locations will be dry Friday. You can always track the storms on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app! Look for mid 80s near the Beaches and around 90° Inland with very muggy conditions.
Weak high pressure passes by Saturday bringing a drier airmass with it. Look for more sunshine and heat along with the slim chance for an Inland shower or storm. Rain chances will be slim to none with most locations until Sunday when our next front approaches. It will kick off a few scattered showers and storms for the afternoon and evening. Temps Sunday will reach the upper 80s to mid 90s with heat index values near 100°.
The remnants of once Tropical Storm Dorian have drifted to the Bahamas and are forecast to pass off of the East Coast over the weekend. While it will stay far away from the Carolinas, it may increase the rip current risk down at the beaches. Get the latest thinking on the tropics at our Hurricane Central page.
Today: Mostly tp partly sunny and humid. Drier but can't rule out an isolated shower or storm. Highs-Grand Strand: Mid 80s, Inland: Around 90°.
Tonight:Mostly clear and pleasant. Lows:Upper 60s/Low 70s.
Saturday:Mostly tp partly sunny and humid. Mainly driy but an isolated shower or storm is possible Inland. Highs-Grand Strand: Mid/Upper 80s, Inland:Low 90s.
Sunday:Partly sunny, hot, and humid. Scattered afternoon and evening showers and storms. Highs-Grand Strand:Around 90°, Inland:Low/Mid 90s
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