CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -High pressure keeps the area dry through Sunday with chilly morning digits! Inland areas will wake up in the 30’s with plenty of sunshine while the coastal areas will rise and shine with numbers in the 40’s and 50’s. The day will stay rather cool with highs around 60 degrees. Clouds will increase a bit in the afternoon and evening, but the region should remain dry.
Shower chances bump up into Monday as our next weather maker moves closer to the area. Rain chances will continue into Tuesday as an area of tropical low pressure moves in from the SW. Temperatures will drop dramatically into the middle of the work week with a lower rain chance, high temperatures on Wednesday will only top off in the 50’s with lows in the 30’s.
TONIGHT: Cold, clear, LOW: 38.
SUNDAY: Clear and chilly start, afternoon clouds, HIGH: 60, LOW: 48.
MONDAY: Rain showers, HIGH: 67, LOW: 61.
TUESDAY: Rain. Scat’d storms possible, HIGH: 72, LOW: 43.
WEDNESDAY: Chilly with sunshine, mostly dry, HIGH: 55, LOW: 38.
Meteorologist Stephanie Sine