CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - An increasing rain chance will greet us for the start of the weekend as a cold front approaches as well as tropical moisture. The area of low pressure developing off the coast of southern Florida will stay OFFSHORE and not directly impact us, however an increasing threat of coastal flooding could become an issue. Moisture will filter in through Saturday afternoon as the cold front approaches and will stick around overnight into early Sunday. We’ll also have to keep a close eye on high tides through early next week as the area of low pressure moves away from our coastline.
Our rain chance will become more typical for this time of the year with afternoon storm chances starting Monday. Warmer temperatures return, right around 90, for the end of the week.
SATURDAY: Rain likely, thunder and lightning possible as well, HIGH: 90.
SUNDAY: Chance of morning rain, possibly tapering into the afternoon/evening, HIGH: 85.
MONDAY: Scat’d storms and showers, HIGH: 87.
TUESDAY: Scat’d storms possible, HIGH: 90.
Meteorologist Stephanie Sine