CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - We’ll begin to warm back up on Sunday, but the day will be very comfortable with highs in the mid to upper 70′s. The should remain dry as well as high pressure anchors over the region. Things start to change on Monday though! A coastal trough will try to develop off our coast and stick around for most of the work week, bringing us a daily rain chance each afternoon. Temperatures will warm back up in the lower 80′s through the middle of the week as well!
COASTAL FLOODING: A coastal flood watch is in effect Sunday morning across coastal spots as high tide arrives. High tide in Downtown Charleston occurs at 9:47 AM, so be aware that road closures may occur.
TROPICS: An area of possible development is located to the SE of Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean. This will likely become Epsilon in the next day or so. The system will hover over this portion of the Atlantic Ocean for quite a few days before a strong trough pushes it to the northeast. There is another area of possible development in the Western Caribbean, but it’s too early to know much about this system. We’ll let you know of any changes, but no issues for us at the moment!
SUNDAY: A bit warmer, dry and sunny, HIGH: 76.
MONDAY: Warmer day, clouds and sunshine, HIGH: 80.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny, chance of showers, HIGH: 82.
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny, chance of showers, HIGH: 81.