CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – A strong coast storm is cranking up just southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina and dumping big snow fall totals to NC and the mid-Atlantic. The upper level energy associated with this storm will move through the Lowcountry during the late morning and early afternoon hours bringing some show showers.
Don't expect any accumulation if you live on the coast, but we might see a dusting to 1 inch well inland from Moncks Corner north to Kingstree. The snow will mostly be falling and melting as the upper level low pushes through with windy and cold conditions.
Temperatures will stay steady in the upper 30's through late morning, early afternoon. Look for clearing later tonight and chilly temps overnight into Monday. Warmer weather is expected by the end of the week.
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