A soggy Thanksgiving will transition to a nicer Black Friday and even better into the weekend. A low pressure center tracking off the coast of the Carolinas will slowly pull away on Friday and take the rainfall along with it. There will be a mixture of sunshine and clouds, afternoon highs will be a bit milder in the lower to mid 60s. Saturday will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy, highs will be in the upper 60s as a cold front approaches. The front will come through dry, temperatures will be a tad cooler on Sunday with abundant sunshine. High pressure will take charge Sunday through Tuesday with plenty of sunshine in the Lowcountry. Rain chances will slowly rise on Wednesday and Thursday could become a bit soggy, but temperatures will remain mild.
The tropics remain quiet.
Tonight, cloudy with a few showers, lows 42-49.
Friday, decreasing clouds & a little milder, highs 63-64.
Friday night, mainly clear & a tad on the cool side, lows 41-48.
L: 5:09pm H: 10:56pm
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