Total Lunar Eclipse + Coldest Night of the Season TONIGHT!

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - High pressure returns to the area tonight and will also bring in frigid overnight lows with a gusty wind. Lows should drop into the 20’s for most areas, so be sure to bring in pets and plants. MLK Day will be chilly with high temperatures struggling to hit 40 in spots. We’ll feel even cooler than that considering a northerly wind will stick around most of the day. We remain dry and cool for Tuesday, but temperatures rebound to about 70 by Wednesday with the slight chance of a shower. A front will push through on Thursday, bringing us a wet day and another cool down that will arrive Friday.

TONIGHT: COLD and clear, TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE at 12:12 AM, LOW: 28.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Sunny and brisk, HIGH: 43, LOW: 28.

TUESDAY: Still cool, sunny, HIGH: 54, LOW: 42.

WEDNESDAY: Slight chance of a shower, warmer, HIGH: 70, LOW: 56.

THURSDAY: Cloudy with rain, HIGH: 65, LOW: 42.

Meteorologist Stephanie Sine

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