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No relief in sight as Tuesday heats up; Storms possible again

Lightning strike at the new Boeing plant July 13. The left lightning bolt is actually curling around through the crane. The right one went down an elevator shaft. Photo submitted by Jim Kimbrell. Lightning strike at the new Boeing plant July 13. The left lightning bolt is actually curling around through the crane. The right one went down an elevator shaft. Photo submitted by Jim Kimbrell.

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The heat is back again Tuesday across the Lowcountry, with anticipated heat index values reaching 110 degrees.

Another heat advisory is in effect from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Clouds will mix with sun Tuesday morning, but as the sun heats up to the mid 90's, some areas again will top out near the 110 mark. Most areas should stay near 105 or lower with storms developing early in the afternoon.

Some storms could be strong or severe, similar to Monday's storms. The chance of rain is around 50 percent.

During the evening, storms will weaken but may linger into the overnight hours. Temperatures will drop into the mid 70's.


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