It's really feeling like fall here in the Lowcountry! High pressure off to the north will be our dominant weather feature, but there will be a weak trough forming offshore Tuesday and weakening Wednesday. This means there will be a some more clouds with a slight chance of a shower, mainly Tuesday close to the coast. Temperatures will be near average the next few days with highs in the middle 70s and lows in the middle 50s. Later this week, some energy will move from the northeast Gulf of Mexico across Florida and into the nearby Atlantic Ocean bringing some much needed rain to the area. Expect scattered showers late Thursday through Saturday. Things should start to clear out a bit on Sunday as that low slides off to the northeast toward the mid-Atlantic and the northeastern United States. Temperatures will be below average starting Friday with more clouds and rain...we are talking highs only in the middle 60s! Don't forget the Coastal Carolina Fair starts on Thursday!
The Atlantic Tropical Basin remains quiet at this time.
Overnight, not as cold with some passing clouds, lows 56-61.
Tuesday, milder with sunshine & clouds, highs 71-76.
Tuesday night, partly cloudy & fairly mild, lows 56-61.
L: 1:23am H: 7:31am
L: 1:48pm H: 7:57pm
Today's Record Temperatures