CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - An upper level disturbance and weak cold front will move through tonight and early Monday morning keeping some drizzle and patchy fog in our forecast. Overnight lows will dip into the lower to mid 60′s. On Monday, slightly drier air will build in with high pressure and bring a mix of clouds and sunshine with highs in the upper 70′s. Tuesday and Wednesday will be springlike with highs in the lower 80′s and mix of sunshine and clouds. We will keep a slight chance of a shower in Tuesday and Wednesday’s forecast but a better chance at 40% for Thursday and Friday as another upper level low and the remnants of Zeta pass to our west and north. By Halloween, cooler and drier weather will be on tap for next weekend.
TROPICAL UPDATE: Tropical Storm Zeta has formed in the northwestern Caribbean and forecast to become a category 1 hurricane. The system will move into the Gulf of Mexico this week and eventually impact the northern Gulf Coast. No major issues for us other than some leftover rain towards the end of the work week.
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy with late light drizzle and fog, LOW: 64
MONDAY: Mostly dry, warmer day, HIGH: 78.
TUESDAY: Warm with sunshine, 20% chance, HIGH: 82.
WEDNESDAY: A few showers possible, HIGH: 82.
THURSDAY: Rain showers possible, HIGH: 82.
FRIDAY: Early showers and thunderstorms, then clearing and cooler, HIGH: 75.
HALLOWEEN: Mostly dry, cool, HIGH: 68.