Get the rain gear ready, because rain is on the way! A storm system approaching from the southwest will increase rain chances through the start of the work week. There is also an area of high pressure wedging in from the north which is keeping it cloudy and cool. with The end result is that it will be continue to be cloudy and cool with rain moving in for the next few days. Scattered showers are expected tonight as the first disturbance approaches the Lowcountry. The rain will be off and on tomorrow, so keep the umbrella handy! The most widespread, heavy rain is expected tomorrow night into Tuesday as the warm front lifts north through the area. This should also allow some warmer air to try to move in Tuesday which would help break down the wedge. Tuesday will also feature the chance for a few storms and there may be a low risk for severe weather. The forecast models have most areas getting at least 1.5" of rain, which would be very beneficial. The cold front, in other words the backside of this storm system, will sweep through late Tuesday afternoon bringing an end to the rain. The middle of the week will be quiet and mild, but then another cold front heads our way Thursday. This front will have a polar airmass behind it, so get ready for a MAJOR cool down late Thursday into the weekend.
Tonight, cloudy with scattered showers, lows 55-60.
Tomorrow, cloudy with showers off & on, highs 61-62.
Tomorrow night, cloudy with more widespread heavy rain, lows 58-60.
L: 5:09am H: 11:26am
L: 5:59pm H: 11:47pm
Today's Record Temperatures