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One More Day of Showers Before Drying Out!

VIDEO: Live 5 Weather declares Monday a First Alert Weather Day because of storm possibility
VIDEO: Live 5 Weather declares Monday a First Alert Weather Day because of storm possibility
Published: Sep. 21, 2021 at 9:34 AM EDT|Updated: Sep. 21, 2021 at 10:48 PM EDT
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A weak coastal low will diminish as a stronger cold front pushes east on Wednesday. Overall, Wednesday should be a little better with the chance of some sunshine and less rainfall. A cold front will arrive Wednesday night taking the rain out of here for the rest of the week. Cooler temperatures, lower humidity and lots of sunshine is expected through the weekend. Highs will be near 80 degrees with morning lows ranging from the 50s inland to the 60s along the coast. There may be a disturbance that passes close enough to our area on Saturday to bring a few clouds. Otherwise, a beautiful stretch of weather is ahead after two more wet days!

TROPICS: TRose and Peter have been downgraded to depressions and continue to be non-issues in the Atlantic Ocean. A tropical wave in the eastern Atlantic Ocean has a high chance of becoming ‘Sam’ over the next couple days. We have plenty of time to watch this storm.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy with Scattered Rain/Storms. High 84.

THURSDAY: Partly Cloudy. High 80.

FRIDAY: Sunny Sky. High 79.

SATURDAY: Partly Cloudy. High 82.

SUNDAY: Sunny Sky. High 83.

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