Bonnie, which has weakened to a tropical depression, will be moving onshore near Charleston this morning. The official forecast track then widens a little as the system weakens and slowly moves northeast...more than likely staying close to the coast. The bottom line is that there will be minimal impacts for the Lowcountry. The biggest concern will continue to be dangerous and potentially deadly rip currents. There will be showers and maybe isolated thunderstorms with periods of heavy rain. Rainfall totals will generally be one to three inches, but locally higher amounts are likely. Winds won't be a big widespread concern, but there will be some gusty winds especially along and close to the coast...possibly up to 40 mph. Conditions should slowly start improving Monday, but there will still be scattered showers and storms in the forecast as the system looks slow to move out of the area. Expect mainly the chance for a few afternoon showers and storms Tuesday through Friday. Temperatures will be at or above average starting Tuesday.
Today, cloudy and windy with more showers and some thunderstorms, highs in the lower 80s.
Tonight, breezy with scattered showers/storms and lows in the upper 60s.
Tomorrow, scattered showers and storms with highs in the middle 80s.
H: 1:49am L: 8:23am
H: 2:22pm L: 8:41pm
Today's Record Temperatures