A weakening area of low pressure will move from the Gulf coast east of New Orleans southeast toward Tampa, FL keeping the moisture mainly south of the Lowcountry.. There will only be the slightest chance of a shower overnight otherwise with plenty of clouds, temperatures will stay very mild. There may be a few spotty showers Wednesday and despite plenty of clouds, highs will still soar well into the 70s. A slim rain chance remains in the forecast Thursday, but the big story continues to be the unseasonable warmth. Temperatures will be close to record highs Friday and Saturday. A cold front will slide through Saturday bringing only a slight chance of rain followed by cooler temperatures for the second half of the weekend. The cooldown will be brief with highs in the lower 60s Sunday before 70s return Monday.
Overnight, mostly cloudy with a very isolated shower, lows 58-59.
Wednesday, mostly cloudy with spotty showers, highs 68-75.
Wednesday night, mostly cloudy with a spotty shower, lows 57-59.
H: 4:43am L: 10:56am
H: 4:48pm L: 10:59pm
Today's Record Temperatures