CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The Lowcountry has a chance to see some very severe weather on Friday afternoon.
There is a marginal risk to see isolated storms. These are capable of producing large hail, damaging winds and heavy rainfall.
"A cold front is expected to move into unstable air sitting over the Lowcountry," Forecaster Danielle Prinz said. "The storms will begin firing up from the north first in areas such as Georgetown County and North Charleston County then continue developing to the south. The Lowcountry is in a marginal risk which means these storms are expected to be isolated and not widespread- although we will continue to monitor this threat level. Stay weather aware and download the Live 5 Weather App."
Some areas of the Lowcountry also saw downpours on Thursday, including some rotation in Moncks Corner during a severe thunderstorm warning.
Friday evening plans could certainly be influenced by these possible storms all along the South Carolina coast.
The forecast calls for cells to pop up at any time between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.