CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A trough of low pressure is developing along the coast and will move north on Tuesday. The chance for rain will returning in the morning and stick around for much of the day. Look for highs near 75 and the chance of showers to continue into Tuesday evening before ending.
Midweek looks fairly dry until the remnants of Delta move through the south/southeast. There is not a lot of confidence in the track, but the added moisture will help fueled some scattered rain late in the work week/weekend.
In the tropics, Tropical Storm Gamma is no longer and now post tropical. Hurricane Delta continues to strengthen rapidly and may become a dangerous category 3 hurricane as it moves towards the Gulf of Mexico. The storm may threaten Louisiana and Mississippi Friday and Saturday. The moisture from this system will push across the Southeast and bring us a better chance of rain into the weekend. We will keep you posted.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloud with a few showers; HIGH: 75.
WEDNESDAY: Warmer with sun and clouds, isolated shower possible; HIGH: 84.
THURSDAY: Warm with a few showers; HIGH: 85.
FRIDAY: Cooler with scattered rain possible; HIGH: 78.
SATURDAY: Widespread rain possible; HIGH: 83.
Chief Meteorologist Bill Walsh