CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Showers will continue off and on through the evening into early Friday as an area of low pressure moves closer to our coastline. This area of low pressure will keep us cloudy and chilly for the end of the work week. Highs will stay In the 50’s for the next few days, with some areas possibly not even hitting 50 on Saturday. Showers should eventually come to an end by Saturday evening as the system works its way off the coast. High pressure will settle in for a few days starting on Sunday, bringing us plenty of sunshine to end the weekend. Monday should remain dry as well with slightly warmer temperatures in the lower 60’s for the start of the week.
FRIDAY: Chilly and wet, HIGH: 56.
SATURDAY: Cold, scat’d rain, HIGH: 51.
SUNDAY: Sunshine returns! Dry. HIGH: 58.
MONDAY: Sunshine and clouds, HIGH: 60.
TUESDAY: A bit warmer, mostly dry, HIGH: 63.
Meteorologist Stephanie Sine