The same steamy, summer weather pattern persists with high pressure remaining nearby in the Atlantic Ocean and the main storm track stays poised to the northwest. Each day will feature a good deal of sunshine and in the very humid airmass, a few scattered thundershowers may pop up from time to time. They will be slow moving meaning locally heavy rain fall will be possible, along with frequent lightning and perhaps even a few gusty winds. High temperatures will continue to be just a tad above average in the afternoons, topping off in the lower 90s. It looks like a little bit stronger cold front may drop toward the Lowcountry by the middle of next week, taking rain chances up and temperatures down closer to the average.
Subtropical Storm Ernesto has formed in the northern Atlantic Ocean. It may strengthen slightly over the next 24 hours but is expected to move to the northeast later this week and is not a threat to land.
Thursday, partly cloudy, hot and humid with afternoon storms possible, highs 86-91.
Thursday night, steamy with a few stray thundershowers, lows 76-79.
Friday, partly cloudy with afternoon thunderstorms, highs 87-90.
H: 12:20am L: 6:37am
H: 1:04pm L: 7:08pm
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