CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Upper-level energy will push into the southeast later today and will increase the chance for scattered storms into the evening hours. We’ll keep a close eye on storm development through the night, but the main threats will be damaging wind, heavy rainfall, and lightning.
An area of low pressure may develop through Thursday, which will increase the rain and storm chance through tomorrow afternoon again. Off and on scattered storms will continue through the end of the week and weekend, but our chance will decrease a bit to 20% Friday and Saturday.
TOMORROW: Scattered rain and storms likely; HIGH: 90.
FRIDAY: Warm and mainly dry; HIGH: 90.
4TH OF JULY: Warm with slight shower and storm chance; HIGH: 91.
SUNDAY: Mostly clouds with scattered rain and storm possible; HIGH: 90.