Another record high has fallen in what has been a warm start to 2017. The high temperature at Charleston International Airport (KCHS) reached 88 on Tuesday breaking the old record high of 85 which was set back in 2007. Wednesday will feature plenty of sun and warm temperatures again, but likely a few degrees shy of the record high 87 set in 2012. Cooler temperatures will move in on Thursday, but it will still be above average in the middle 70s, rain chances will move in late, mainly overnight. Friday could be soggy at times with showers and thunderstorms likely, especially in the afternoon and evening. Rain should end in the early morning hours, just prior to the beginning of the Cooper River Bridge Run. Conditions will improve greatly through the day Saturday and the rest of the weekend will be gorgeous. Clouds will increase through the day Monday and another pretty good chance for showers and thunderstorms will move in by Tuesday.
Tonight, partly cloudy, mild, a very isolated shower, lows 60-64.
Wednesday, mostly sunny, warm, highs 76-84.
Wednesday night, variable clouds, still mild, lows 59-64.
L: 3:07pm H: 9:12pm
Today's Record Temperatures