High pressure off of the East Coast will pump in very warm conditions for Friday. Inland areas around and West of I-95 could even see an isolated shower or storm develop in the afternoon. Temps will soar into the low 80s along the coast with a cooler sea breeze moving in to bring the temps down a little. Inland areas will see highs climb to the mid and upper 80s.
A cold front will move in Saturday bringing scattered rain and storms along with it through the afternoon and staying overnight. Rain chances will remain through Sunday until the front moves off of the coast. You can always track our rain on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app! Highs will hit the low to mid 80s Saturday and mid to upper 70s on Sunday.
A big cool down arrives early next week as a ridge of high pressure moves in behind the cold front. We'll see plenty of sunshine Monday and Tuesday, but temperatures will struggle to reach the low 70s.
Today: Mostly sunny to partly sunny and warm. Slight chance for an isolated shower/storm Inland. Highs-Grand Strand:Low 80s, Inland:Mid/Upper 80s
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with the slight chance for a shower. Lows:Mid/Upper 50s.
Saturday:Partly sunny to mostly cloudy. Scattered showers and storms later. Highs-Low/mid 80s.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms early. Highs-Mid/Upper 70s
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