Hot Monday expected before tropical rain arrives late week!

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Published: Sep. 22, 2022 at 9:43 AM EDT|Updated: Sep. 25, 2022 at 5:34 PM EDT
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) -A cold front is on the way for Monday! It should be a dry day, but high temperatures will heat up ahead of this front. We’ll go from almost 90 degrees Monday to the 70s on Wednesday! Tropical Storm Ian looks to play a part in our forecast this week as well. Rain should begin Thursday and stick around through the day on Friday. Heavy rainfall and strong wind are possible impacts based on the current track of Ian. This could change over the next few days, so stay updated with us as we continue to iron out the exact forecast. We should start to dry out again through next weekend.

TROPICS: Tropical Storm Ian should make landfall somewhere along the Gulf Coast of Florida, which means a round of soggy weather with strong wind could be a possibility for us. Showers could begin Thursday with heavy rain picking up into the day Friday. The storm will move away from the Southeastern US into the weekend. Tropical Storm Gaston is in the north-central Atlantic Ocean and poses no threat to us.

MONDAY: Partly Cloudy. Mainly Dry. High 89, Low 64.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny. High 83, Low 61.

WEDNESDAY: Increasing Clouds. Slight Chance of a Shower. High 76, Low 62.

THURSDAY: Cloudy & Windy. Rain Possible Later in the Day. High 72, Low 62.

FRIDAY: Cloudy & Windy. Rain Possible. High 75.