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Near record highs later this week!

Updated: 1 hours ago

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A cold front moved through the Lowcountry early this morning producing a few overnight showers and thunderstorms. Dry weather has now returned and no rain is expected through the end of the work and school week. The cold front is helping to lower the humidity slightly today and may bring down the temperatures one or two degrees this afternoon compared to yesterday. Outside of that, it’s more of the same with plenty of sunshine and very warm temperatures this afternoon in the upper 80s. Highs will climb into the low 90s with mid 90s expected on Thursday and Friday. We may come close to the record high of 95° on Thursday.

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Updated: 1 hours ago
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A cold front moved through the Lowcountry early this morning producing a few overnight showers and thunderstorms. Dry weather has now returned and no rain is expected through the end of the work and school week. The cold front is helping to lower the humidity slightly today and may bring down the temperatures one or two degrees this afternoon compared to yesterday. Outside of that, it’s more of the same with plenty of sunshine and very warm temperatures this afternoon in the upper 80s. Highs will climb into the low 90s with mid 90s expected on Thursday and Friday. We may come close to the record high of 95° on Thursday.

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