Warmer start to the week

After a chilly weekend, temps will be on the rise through the next two days. Sunny skies today will help us reach the 50s area wide. A system approaches Tuesday increasing our temps to the 60s, but bringing more cloud cover as well. Rain chances remain low through early Tuesday afternoon, but increase overnight as a cold front moves through. You can always track our rain on
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! On the backside of the front cooler, drier air will push in bringing our temps back to the low to mid 50s Wednesday.

High pressure will return for end of the week and weekend bringing sunshine back and a gradual warm up. Temps will warm into the 60s area wide by the weekend.

Today: Mostly sunny and cool. Highs-Low/Mid 50s.

Tonight:Mostly clear with more clouds by daybreak. Lows: Grand Strand: Mid 30s, Inland: Low 30s.

Tuesday:Increasing clouds, but warmer. A few afternoon/evening showers with a better chance overnight. Highs- Low/Mid 60s.

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