Stubborn cloud cover persists over the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry this morning.
Under a veil of gray, temperatures are in the low to mid-40s north of I-16 and mid to upper 40s south of the interstate. The forecast remains mostly dry this morning. Though, a few sprinkles or very light, patchy, drizzle may occur.
Under at least some cloudiness, temperatures warm to near 50° at noon; peaking in the low to mid-50s later today. A few communities may remain in the upper 40s where cloud cover persists.
A gradual warming trend begins Wednesday afternoon, after a chilly morning commute spent in the 30s. More significant warming occurs Friday and Saturday. Afternoon high temps may peak in the 70s both afternoons!
However, all warm things must come to an end in winter. A very strong cold front slices through Sunday with showers and thunderstorms. Much colder air filters in later Sunday, into Monday.
A couple hard freezes are possible early next week. We’ll keep you updated over the next several days.
Have a great Tuesday,