CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - High pressure will keep the area dry to start the week, but rain-free conditions won’t stick around for too long! A warm front will lift through the region into Tuesday, keeping the forecast rather soggy through the day and into Wednesday. A cold front will follow by Wednesday afternoon and cold air will start to settle in. High temperatures will go on a roller coaster ride this week with highs in the 70’s on Tuesday and dropping into the lower 50’s by Thursday. A slight rain chance will start around behind the system on Thursday and Friday, but most areas will stay dry and cool for the end of the work week. We’ll warm back up to about 60 on Saturday with chilly overnight lows into the second half of the weekend.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy, HIGH: 66.
TUESDAY: Warmer, rain showers likely, HIGH: 73.
WEDNESDAY: Chance of rain showers, HIGH: 69.
THURSDAY: Much cooler, HIGH: 52.
FRIDAY: Manly dry, chilly, HIGH: 51.
Meteorologist Stephanie Sine