"SPLASH & DASH" Showers This Week
A mid-level trough (dip in pressure) associated with a weak warm sector (area between a warm and cold front) and a surface high pressure to our west has given the LowCountry the right ingredients for showers & storms over the next several days. The trough doesn't gain much movement as the cold front is taking its time moving southeast, so in the meantime, a chance of rain is in the forecast every day! Because of our setup mentioned at the top, this also allows more clouds to develop, which will hinder temperatures to stay only in the 80s and some lower 90s for the most part. Our average high this time of year is 91, so we will only be slightly below average for the next few days!
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy w/ a 50% chance of storms. HIGH: 87, LOW: 74.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy w/ a 50% chance of storms. HIGH: 88, LOW: 75.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy w/ a 30% chance of storms. HIGH: 92, LOW: 76.
SATURDAY: Mix Clouds & Sun w/ a 50% chance of storms, HIGH: 87, LOW: 74
SUNDAY: Partly Cloudy w/30% chance, HIGH: 86, LOW: 75
MONDAY: Variable Cloudiness, 30% chance, HIGH: 88, LOW: 74
TROPICS: Tropical storm formation is not expected. If anything changes, we will alert you with the latest on the LIVE 5 FIRST ALERT WEATHER APP.
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