CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - It's a lucky morning for participants in the 35th Cooper River Bridge Run, as most of the heavy rain is clinging to the west along I-95.
Chief Meteorologist Bill Walsh says a few lighter showers are happening across parts of the Lowcountry, bot not near the course route at this point. During the race it will be mostly cloudy with a few breaks of sunshine.
The chance for rain will increase as the day goes on, Walsh says.
The high is 76 today, with rain chances capped at 50%.