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      7 DAY FORECAST
      HOURLY
      75
      Partly Cloudy
      Saturday-
      Thundershowers/Wind
      83
      70
      90%
      83
      70
      Thundershowers/Wind
      Rain90%
      Wind14mph NE
      Humidity73%
      UVHigh
      Sunday-
      Thundershowers/Wind
      82
      70
      80%
      82
      70
      Thundershowers/Wind
      Rain80%
      Wind19mph N
      Humidity79%
      UVModerate
      Monday-
      PM Thundershowers
      85
      71
      80%
      85
      71
      PM Thundershowers
      Rain80%
      Wind9mph N
      Humidity75%
      UVHigh
      Tuesday-
      PM Thundershowers
      89
      71
      20%
      89
      71
      PM Thundershowers
      Rain20%
      Wind9mph NNE
      Humidity68%
      UVVery High
      Wednesday-
      PM Thundershowers
      88
      70
      20%
      88
      70
      PM Thundershowers
      Rain20%
      Wind6mph SW
      Humidity69%
      UVExtreme
      Thursday-
      Scattered Showers
      86
      70
      20%
      86
      70
      Scattered Showers
      Rain20%
      Wind8mph S
      Humidity70%
      UVExtreme
      Friday-
      Scattered Showers
      85
      69
      50%
      85
      69
      Scattered Showers
      Rain50%
      Wind8mph SSW
      Humidity71%
      UVExtreme
      RIGHT NOW
      Rain0%
      Wind8mph NNE
      Humidity84%
      UVLow
      Visibility10 miles
      79
      0%
      80
      0%
      81
      20%
      81
      50%
      81
      60%
      80
      60%
      78
      80%
      77
      80%
      76
      80%
      74
      80%
      73
      50%
      72
      40%

      Latest Weathercast

      WEATHERCAST

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      Latest Forecast


      Tropical Depression Two formed in the Atlantic Friday afternoon. As of 5am Saturday, it's located 265 miles off the coast of Charleston. The official track from the National Hurricane Center has it strengthening to Tropical Storm Bonnie by early Sunday before making landfall near Charleston and then moving northeast right along the shoreline. Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect for the South Carolina coast until further notice. The bottom line is that this isn't expected to become more than a weak tropical storm with minimal impacts for the Lowcountry. The biggest concern will be dangerous and potentially deadly rip currents through the Memorial Day Holiday weekend. Most of the heavy rain should remain out over the Atlantic Ocean, but bands of showers and thunderstorms with brief torrential downpours will be possible at times. Rainfall totals will generally be one to two inches, but locally higher amounts are possible. Winds won't be a big widespread concern, but expect some gusty winds especially along and close to the coast...possibly up to 35 mph.

      Showers and thunderstorms will be on the increase today but most of the wet weather should hold off until the afternoon, so make those beach plans early before the weather heads downhill. Gusty winds and periods of heavy rain are the main issue as we head into late today and tomorrow. Highs will be capped in the lower 80s. Coastal impacts will be the main issue as inland from the coast, it will just be breezy and warm with scattered thundershowers. Conditions should be improving Monday with just a few showers and storms possible, mainly in the afternoon. The chance for a few showers and storms will remain in the forecast through Friday. Highs will return in the middle and upper 80s starting Memorial Day.

      Today, variably cloudy with scattered showers/storms, highs in the lower 80s.
      Tonight, showers and storms with heavy rain possible, lows in the lower 70s.
      Tomorrow, mostly cloudy with more showers and thunderstorms, highs in the lower 80s.

      Sonya Stevens
      sonyastevens@sbgtv.com

      Saturday Tides

      H: 12:52am L: 7:28am

      H: 1:22pm L: 7:36pm

      SUNRISE
      06:13:10 am
      SUNSET
      08:20:15 pm

      Today's Record Temperatures

      Record High93
      F
      Record Low57
      F