Thu, 04 Apr 2013 12:21:15 GMT — Low pressure along the Gulf of Mexico will slowly work into the Carolinas over the next 24 hours. High pressure to our North will funnel down cool air into the Pee Dee and Border Belt areas. As the low moves in, rain will overspread the area coming down heavy at times during the late afternoon and evening. 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! A Northeast flow from the high pressure to our north will keep Inland temperatures in the low to mid 50s while the coastal areas will reach the upper 50s. The high to our North will weakend and the low will pull away Friday, bring the rain chance down after midnight and through tomorrow afternoon. A few wrap around showers will be possible into Friday evening. Clouds will remain thick into Friday evening before high pressure builds back in for the weekend. This will bring a nice warm up and more sunshine. Temps will reach the 70s for many locations by Sunday and continue to warm to the mid and upper 70s by the middle of next week.
Today: Periods of rain overspreading the area, heavy at times. Cloudy, chilly and breezy. . Highs-Grand Strand:Upper 50s, Inland Low 50s.
Tonight: Rain this evening will become scattered overnight. Lows:Grand Strand:Mid 50s, Inland: Upper 40s.
Friday: Cloudy and cool with a few showers possible. Highs-Low 60s.
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