Scattered Showers Into Tuesday!
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Keep the umbrella handy over the next few days. An upper level disturbance and tropical moisture will be stalling out across the Southeast this week leading to unsettled weather at times. Moisture will be on the increase Tuesday leading to an increased chance of showers and storms in the morning and afternoon. Off and on rain looks to be possible through Friday as the upper low sits and spins to our west. This disturbance will then move to the northeast over the weekend leading to a decreasing chance of rain.
TROPICS: Disorganized showers and storms near the Bahamas will be monitored as they move northwestward over the next couple days. Strong upper level winds will keep conditions unfavorable for tropical development of this disturbance. The National Hurricane Center has a 10% chance of tropical development off the Southeast coast over the next 5 days. The best chance of development may occur over this weekend as this passes the Outer Banks on its way out to sea. No worries for us right now. Elsewhere, Hurricane Sam is headed into the cold waters of north Atlantic and Victor is ready to vanish in the eastern Atlantic.
TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Rain/Storms. High 84, Low 69.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Rain/Storms. High 82, Low 70.
THURSDAY: Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Rain/Storms. High 82, Low 70.
FRIDAY: Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Rain/Storms. High 82, Low 69.
SATURDAY: Sun & Clouds. Isolated Rain/Storms. High 81, Low 68.
SUNDAY: Partly Cloudy. Mainly Dry. High 80, Low 66.
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