The powerful storm that moved through the Carolinas is headed toward the Delmarva now and will become yet another strong Nor'Easter impacting areas from the mid-Atlantic to New England. The wind in the Lowcountry will really be whipping up on Wednesday and it will be much cooler. There will be mix of sun and clouds with only a slim chance of rain and highs around 60. High pressure will keep things quiet through Friday although temperatures will remain below average. A wedge looks to set up this weekend keeping it mostly cloudy with a few showers and below average temperatures. The wedge looks to hold through Monday then slowly breaks down on Tuesday. Highs will be in the lower to middle 60s Saturday through Tuesday.
Overnight, gradual clearing, breezy & cooler, lows 49-54.
Wednesday, sun/cloud mix, windy & cooler, highs 58-60.
Wednesday night, mainly clear & rather chilly, 39-46.
L: 5:27am H: 11:25am
L: 5:40pm H: 11:43pm
Today's Record Temperatures