A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect until 12AM Wednesday.
A couple of storm systems impacting the Lowcountry will keep the weather unsettled through mid week. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible through Thursday morning before rain chances begin to fade. The first low pressure system will impact the Lowcountry this afternoon and evening. Our main concern will be the heavy rain near the 6:45 pm high tide. Gusty winds and flooding will be possible through the evening. Another front will approach on Wednesday, so our unsettled weather continues. Conditions will improve through the day Thursday. It could remain a little breezy with more sun by the afternoon. Highs Tuesday through Thursday will be mainly in the lower 80s. It will start to heat up quickly once the storminess exits the area. There will be abundant sunshine Friday right through Memorial Day. Over the weekend, highs will top off in the lower 90s.
Tuesday, showers and thunderstorms, highs 80-82.
Tuesday night, a few lingering thundershowers, lows 70-75.
Wednesday, showers and thunderstorms, highs 80-82.
L: 12:32pm H: 6:45pm
Today's Record Temperatures