CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The first few days of June are moving right along and as the weekend approaches, a few more storms could pop up Thursday afternoon and give certain areas some much needed rainfall.
Temperatures began in the mid to lower 70's and around lunchtime a light south wind will be developing.
By late afternoon the heat and humidity will be strong enough to create a few thunderstorms across the inland counties. Some could become strong to severe with damaging winds and large hail.
Highs Thursday afternoon, before the storms pop up, will again reach the mid 90's with heat index values near 100 degrees. Storms will drift toward the coast as the evening hours approach.
Overnight look for another mostly clear and muggy night with lows back into the mid 70's and upper 60's well inland.
On Friday, isolated storm chances exist again, but they will not be quite as numerous as we may see Thursday. Highs stay in the mid 90's through the next 7-10 days and the humidity sticks around as well.