Cutter Martin was born and raised on the Gulf Coast, where he tracked hurricanes and enjoyed summer downpours.
Cutter has had a true passion for weather since he was a toddler. This passion evolved over time; becoming a career while 'in college' at Texas Tech University. Before coming to WTOC, he worked as a weekend forecaster, severe weather reporter/producer at KCBD-TV in Lubbock, TX.
Upon graduation, Cutter seized an opportunity to get back to the coast, and of course the humidity! If not at 'work', he loves to eat, watch TV and run.
He looks forward to spending time exploring the Coastal Empire and South Carolina Lowcountry and getting to know local viewers!
It’s cloudy and much cooler this morning, compared to yesterday morning. Temperatures range from the mid and upper 40s well inland, to low and mid-50s in the Metro and near 60° far south and at the beaches.
It’s mostly clear and chilly this morning. Temperatures range from the upper 30s to mid-40s; mildest along the coast. It’s cold enough for a jacket, or even a coat, this morning as a light breeze blows.
Under a mostly clear sky, temperatures are in the mid and upper 30s inland; lower 40s closer to the beach. It’s cold enough for a jacket or coat this morning; a light breeze may occasionally add to the chill this morning.
Colder air continues to filter into the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry this morning. Many communities are in the 40s; closer to the coast it’s in the lower 50s. The wind is making it feel much cooler than what the thermometer says, across the board.
Under a mostly clear sky, temperatures are in the mid and upper 30s away from the beach; 40s closer to the coast. Temperatures are cold enough for frost to form this morning. You may have to scrape, or defrost, your windshield before leaving your home.
The day begins cool, with temperatures in the 40s in most communities. A few areas of high clouds are drifting overhead and some patchy fog is possible, but rain remains out of the forecast through the morning commute.
It is freezing this morning – literally. Temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s across the region, with a breeze. The added wind makes it feel like it’s in the upper teens and lower 20s this morning.
The day begins pleasant, with temperatures in the 50s across much of the region ahead of a cold front. Clouds are starting to increase and temperatures warm into the low and mid-70s as we approach noon.
It’s a cloudy and wet morning across the entire area. Rain showers are forecast to continue through the morning commute with seasonably cool temperatures; 50s and lower 60s. The breeze may add to the cool factor.
It’s a cloudy, mild morning across the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry. Temperatures are in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Patchy fog is possible through the morning commute, but shouldn’t slow you down all that much.
Spotty showers are wetting inland roadways this morning. The chance of wet weather is greatest west of I-95 through the morning commute. Temperatures are in the low to mid-70s in most spots, under a cloudy sky.