Light rain will continue tonight with a few wet snowflakes possible. No accumulations with ground temperatures remaining well above freezing. As the low pulls away and high pressure builds in, our weather will be improving through the middle of the week. Clouds will be on the decrease Tuesday with highs in the lower 50s, so warmer than Monday! With clear skies and light winds, temperatures will be close to freezing Tuesday night. Wednesday will feature plenty of sunshine with highs around 60, which is closer to average. High pressure will slide offshore Thursday as our next storm system approaches. Clouds will increase late Thursday with showers moving in on Friday. Showers will be possible for the first half of the weekend, but drier weather returns Sunday for the Charleston and Summerville Christmas parades. Temperatures will be seasonal throughout the weekend and into early next week with highs in the middle 60s.
Overnight, cold with light rain & a wet snowflake possible, lows 34-39.
Tuesday, still cool with decreasing clouds, highs 52-53.
Tuesday night, clear & still cold, lows 33-39.
L: 3:57am H: 10:26am
L: 4:45pm H: 10:34pm
Today's Record Temperatures