CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A potent cold front will approach the area into Sunday afternoon, bringing us the slight chance for some severe weather into the end of the weekend. The morning hours should remain dry on Sunday, but rain and storm threats increase as the front moves into the region Sunday afternoon/evening. Timing of the rainfall will depend on our severe weather threat, but it looks as if the stronger storms will remain inland, mainly west of I-95. This could change if storms move in earlier while we are in the warmest periods of the day. Stay weather aware if you’re outdoors into Sunday afternoon.
We’ll clear out for the start of the week and cool down a bit with highs in the 70’s! Pleasant weather continues through the middle of the week, but our next weather maker will increase rain chances by the end of the work week as temperatures return to the 80’s.
TONIGHT: Cloudy, mainly dry, LOW: 68.
SUNDAY: Warm, PM thunderstorms, HIGH: 83, LOW: 59.
MONDAY: Sunny day, cooler, HIGH: 76, LOW: 50.
TUESDAY: Dry and calm, HIGH: 77, LOW: 56.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny and warmer, HIGH: 83, LOW: 65.
THURSDAY: Cloudy day, mainly dry, HIGH: 81, LOW: 66.
Meteorologist Stephanie Sine