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FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Stretch of hot afternoons with pop-up storms

July 13, 2020 at 1:38 PM

Danielle Prinz

Meteorologist

Danielle Prinz

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The 90 degree temperatures will feel even hotter because of the humidity across the southeast this week! Get ready for a heat index in the low 100s each day because of dew points ranging from the mid to upper 70s. A trough will shift east over the U.S. through the next 24 hours and could help create some isolated showers and storms later this afternoon and this evening- all though the coverage will remain minimal. Overnight temperatures will slowly drop to the upper 70s- trending well above normal! Expect muggy and warm temperatures tomorrow morning giving way to highs back in the mid 90s. Most of tomorrow will remain dry, but a few isolated showers and storms are possible later in the day.

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