Finally, some less humid air is moving into the Lowcountry. There should be abundant sunshine both Friday and Saturday, it will still remain warm, but at least with the lower humidity levels it will be much more comfortable. There are going to be some very slight chances for thunderstorms on the seabreeze Sunday and Monday afternoon, otherwise plenty of sun and highs in the mid 80s. Tuesday looks quieter and maybe a touch cooler as a northeast flow kicks in ahead of Hurricane Matthew in the Atlantic Ocean. It looks like the storm will stay out over the ocean with its closest pass on Wednesday, there may be some isolated thunderstorms brushing the coast. There are many uncertainties with the long term track, size and strength of Hurricane Matthew, it will be closely monitored.
Hurricane Matthew is currently 595 miles east-southeast of Kingston, Jamaica. It has sustained winds of 80 mph and is moving west through the Caribbean Sea at about 14mph. Its current path is expected to continue for the next day or two, but a turn to the northwest and eventually north will likely occur over the weekend.
Overnight, spotty thunderstorms, otherwise mainly clear, lows 67-73.
Friday, sunny and pleasant, lower humidity, highs 82-86.
Friday night, mainly clear and very nice, lows 64-69.
L: 2:03am H: 8:14am
L: 2:22pm H: 8:25pm
Today's Record Temperatures