Pop-Up Storms Tonight & Thursday.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Stuck weather pattern continues across the Lowcountry. Summer officially began at 10:58 this morning! Our weather pattern of recent days continues as an area of low pressure sits and spins across Southeast keeping periods of clouds and storms in the forecast. Scattered storms and rain are once again in the forecast tonight and through the end of the week. The ‘anytime, anywhere it could rain’ weather pattern will continue through Friday before the low finally exits the area and drier air moves in. The expectation is for a return to a more typical summertime pattern, with scattered storms in the afternoon and evening only, taking shape over the weekend. With more sunshine, hotter days are expected by the weekend.
TROPICS: Tropical Storm Bret may strengthen close to a hurricane later today before it begins to weaken as it crosses the Lesser Antilles and heads toward the Caribbean this weekend. Bret is expected to dissipate by Saturday or Sunday over the central Caribbean. The tropical wave following Bret is likely to become a tropical depression, or storm, over the next 24 to 48 hours. Neither of these storms pose a threat to the United States.
TONIGHT: Spotty Showers & Thunderstorms, Muggy, Low 71.
THURSDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Rain/Storms. High 84.
FRIDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Rain/Storms. High 86.
SATURDAY: Partly Cloudy. Isolated Rain/Storms. High 88.
SUNDAY: Partly Cloudy. Isolated Rain/Storms. High 90.
MONDAY: Hot and Humid, Scat’d Storm, High 90.
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