CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - High pressure will continue to keep the rain chances low this week. Winds will increase out of the south and warm temperatures to above normal this week. Fall kicks off Monday and temperatures will be above normal. High temperatures will near 90 degrees Tuesday and should return to near 90 each day through the end of the week! Warmer mornings will return Tuesday with lows in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. Expect the threat for rip currents to stay elevated through the rest of the week.
The tropics remain very active. Tropical Storm Jerry should move away from the U.S. mid week and is not a threat to the Lowcountry. Tropical storm Karen will move closer to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Wednesday. Tropical storm Karen will slow down by the end of the work week and could shift west. We will continue to monitor the track closely. A wave off the coast of Africa has a high chance of development and could become Tropical Storm Lorenzo tomorrow.
TOMORROW: Warmer and mostly sunny; HIGH: 87.
TUESDAY: Sun & clouds, hot; HIGH: 90.
WEDNESDAY: Sun & clouds, hot; HIGH: 90.