Freeze Warning / Frost Advisories Issued For Cold Night Ahead!

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Published: Nov. 17, 2022 at 7:38 AM EST|Updated: Nov. 17, 2022 at 5:03 PM EST
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - High pressure is taking over as we move towards the end of the week. Clouds will clear out late tonight, leading to a clear, calm and cold night ahead. FREEZE WARNINGS have been issued for Inland Georgetown, Williamsburg, Berkeley, Dorchester and Inland Colleton counties for Friday morning. Temperatures are expected to drop to, or below, 32° for several hours between 2-8 AM Friday. Make sure you protect your sensitive plants by covering them or bringing them inside tonight! A FROST ADVISORY is in effect for Coastal Georgetown, Coastal Colleton and Charleston counties early Friday morning. Scattered areas of frost are likely with temperatures between 32-38° west of Highway 17. Along the immediate coastline, temperatures will fall between 38-42° with most beaches remaining frost-free overnight.

We expect a sunny Friday with highs in the mid to upper 50s. Clouds will increase on Saturday ahead of a quick moving disturbance that will pass by to our south. This may pass close enough to bring a few showers to our southern, coastal areas Saturday evening or early Sunday morning. Most models show this passing south of our area but we can’t rule out a couple rain drops at this time. Clouds clear back out on Sunday but the temperatures will stay chilly with highs between 55-60°.

TONIGHT: Cold, patchy frost likely, Low 33.

FRIDAY: Sunny Sky. High 58, Low 36.

SATURDAY: Increasing Clouds. Slight Chance of a Shower Late. High 60, Low 42.

SUNDAY: Sun & Clouds. High 55, Low 34.

MONDAY: Partly sunny, High 61, Low 42.

TUESDAY: Cloudy, scattered shower, High 64, Low 50.

WEDNESDAY: Warmer, scattered shower, High 69, Low 51.