Thursday started with record breaking cold conditions as temperatures dropped into the low 20s area wide. Sunny skies will warm the area up into the mid and upper 50s. While a light breeze will pick up from time to time, it will not be as windy as the past two days. While a few clouds will pass by overnight, temps will drop to the mid 30s Inland and around 40 by the beaches.
The cold air flow will shut off Friday as high pressure slides off of the Coast. Temperatures will warm into the 60s and 70s through early next week. A weak coastal disturbance will pass by late Friday to early Satruday. This will bring more clouds and the slight chance for a few showers. 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.
A strong cold front moves in on Monday bringing an increase in rain ahead of it and a blast of cold air to follow.
Today: Sunny and mild. Highs-Mid/Upper 50s.
Tonight: Mostly clear and chilly . Lows:Grand Strand: Around 40°, Inland: Mid 30s.
Friday: Partly sunny and warmer. Slight chance for a shower. Highs-Mid/Upper 60s
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