FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: MONDAY
There is a threat of strong to severe storms Monday - Monday night. Trust LIVE 5 First Alert Weather to keep you updated throughout the day!
A developing storm system moving into the Southeast may bring the first significant severe weather of the year. An area of low pressure will develop today and move eastward bringing the threat of severe storms to the northern Gulf Coast region. As the storm moves eastward Monday, we'll keep an eye on the positioning of a cold front that will move through late today. This will try to lift back north of the area as a warm front on Monday, potentially increasing the threat of severe storms here in the Lowcountry. The current thinking is that a round of rain, perhaps a rumble of thunder, moves through late tonight/tomorrow morning. There will likely be a break a break in the rain late in the morning and into the early afternoon. The biggest question is whether the atmosphere will be able to restrengthen enough to produce a strong to severe thunderstorm late Monday. That is the time frame for the most significant threat of severe weather here in the Lowcountry. Stay with LIVE 5 FIRST ALERT WEATHER for constant updates over the next couple of days!
TODAY: Mix of Sun and Clouds. High 77.
MONDAY: Mostly Cloudy. Showers/Storms Likely. Strong to Severe Storms Possible. High 70.
TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy with Scattered Rain/Storms. High 75.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy with Scattered Showers. Much Cooler! High 60.
THURSDAY: Sunny and Cool. High 62.
Meteorologist Joey Sovine