A Tornado Watch remains in effect for all of the Lowcountry until 8pm.
There have been lots of Severe Thunderstorm Warnings this afternoon with plenty of reports of hail. There was golf ball size hail on St. Helena Island, quarter size hail in Summerville and Ladson, nickel size hail in West Ashley and dime size hail in Knightsville. In addition to more hail, gusty winds are possible as well as an isolated tornado. Storms should wrap up no later than 6pm with gradual clearing overnight. Cooler and drier air will work in for the middle of the work week. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy with a slim chance of rain and highs around 60. High pressure will keep things quiet through Friday although it will be chilly for the start of spring. Highs will be in the lower to middle 60s. A wedge will 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.
Tuesday night, gradual clearing then breezy & cooler, lows 49-54.
Wednesday, sun/cloud mix, windy & cooler, highs 58-60.
Wednesday night, mainly clear & rather chilly, 39-46.
L: 4:55pm H: 10:56pm
Today's Record Temperatures