CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A fast moving upper level disturbance will travel across the Lowcountry Wednesday evening and will bring clouds and possibly even a few snow flurries.
There is a limited chance of a few snow flurries Wednesday night. There will not be any accumulation, but don't be surprised if you see a brief light snow shower. Portions of central Georgia have reported snow flurries.
As the disturbance moves away, skies will clear by Thursday morning and temperatures will dip back into the 20's. Expect sunshine for Thursday and milder temperatures as highs get to near 50 degrees.
The thermometer will continue to climb as the work week wraps up with more sunshine for Friday with highs in the upper 50's. The weekend forecast calls for temperatures to return to the low 60's. Saturday right looks dry, but showers are possible for Sunday.