CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The cold front remains to the south of the area for the remainder of the weekend, giving us a scattered shower or storm chance Sunday. Highs will stay a bit cooler as well with more clouds than sunshine and temperatures around 85 degrees or so. The tropical disturbance spinning off the coast of Florida should remain OFFSHORE, leaving no problems for us in the Lowcountry. However, we’re keeping a close eye on Tropical Storm Dorian that has developed in the Atlantic. Dorian will continue to move to the west through the next week, possibly strengthening to a hurricane. We’ll give you more updates on Dorian as we work our way into the new work week.
Shower and storm chances will bounce up and down throughout the work week as multiple disturbances could keep us unsettled at times. We also return to the 90’s by the middle of the week.
SUNDAY: Scat’d storms and showers, HIGH: 86.
MONDAY: Chance of a shower or storm, HIGH: 87.
TUESDAY: Showers and storms possible, HIGH: 89.
WEDNESDAY: Scat’d showers and storms, HIGH: 91.
Meteorologist Stephanie Sine