A tropical summer-like airmass remains in place with warm temperatures and muggy conditions, there will continue to be thunderstorm chances. Count on mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers & thunderstorms for Thursday with slightly fewer showers for Friday and Saturday. Highs will top out mainly in the mid 80s with overnight lows in the low 70s. Tropical moisture from a potential tropical or subtropical low in the Gulf of Mexico will spread moisture into the southeastern United States at least Sunday through Tuesday. The area of low pressure moving into the Gulf from the Caribbean has 70% chance of becoming a tropical or subtropical system later this week. The track and intensity of this potential storm are very much still in question, so you will want to pay close attention to the forecast into the holiday weekend. Fortunately for the Lowcountry, it looks like just rain here with most of the impacts being felt along the Gulf coast. Beyond that, very few changes are expected so keep the umbrella handy.
Overnight, partly cloudy with a few lingering showers, lows 71-74.
Thursday, mostly cloudy with showers or storms possible, highs 80-85.
Thursday night, partly cloudy, an isolated shower, lows 71-75.
H: 4:26am L: 10:48am
H: 5:13pm L: 11:20pm
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