Staying Pleasant for Monday, Watching the Tropics

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - We’ll wake up with cooler temperatures come Monday morning with lows in the 60’s to lower 70’s and a NE breeze! Most spots will remain dry for Monday, but an increasing rain chance kicks in through the middle of the work week. Warmer, muggy conditions will also return with highs in the 90’s by the middle of the week. Another front could move through the area by the end of the week.

TROPICS: An area of low pressure off our coast will continue to move NE, into the Atlantic in the next few days – no issue for the Lowcountry. Tropical Storm Dorian is on the eastern side of the Windward Islands and is expected to strengthen into the middle of the week as it moves into the Caribbean Sea. Dorian should run into some dry air by the end of the work week which could weaken it, but stay updated with us as we continue to learn more about the system!

MONDAY: Partly sunny, cooler, HIGH: 86.

TUESDAY: Partly sunny, chance of showers, HIGH: 89.

WEDNESDAY: Scat’d showers and storms, HIGH: 90.

THURSDAY: Scat’d shower or storm, HIGH: 91.

FRIDAY: Scat’d showers/storms, HIGH: 90.

Meteorologist Stephanie Sine

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