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!
Under a mostly clear sky, temperatures are a few degrees cooler than Monday morning. Plan on a temperature in the upper 30s and lower 40s inland this morning; low to mid-40s around the Savannah Metro and near 50° at the beach through 8 a.m.
Under increasing cloudiness, temperatures upper 30s and lower 40s this morning - warmer than yesterday morning. Temperatures warm into the low to mid-50s by noon and peak in the upper 50s and lower 60s this afternoon.
Under a mostly clear sky, it’s very cold this morning. Temperatures are in the mid to upper 20s away from the beach this morning; lower 30s by the ocean. It feels 5° to 10° colder than the actual air temperature when the wind blows.
It’s mostly clear across the area this morning with temperatures in the upper 40s and lower 50s across the Savannah Metro. Temperatures are 12° to 18°, or more, degrees colder this morning than yesterday morning.
This morning, temperatures are chilly under a mostly clear sky. Dress for temperatures in the low to mid-40s (inland) and mid to upper 40s along I-95 and southern areas. Beaches area round 50° this morning.
Under a mostly clear sky, it’s chilly this morning with temperatures in the 40s and lower 50s. A breeze is adding to the Christmas morning chilly. With lots of sunshine in the forecast, temperatures re-bound into the low and mid-60s this afternoon. A pleasant breeze is in the forecast as well.
Today is a First Alert Weather Day. Flood and Flash Flood Watches remain in effect for a large portion of the WTOC Viewing Area. With temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s, areas of heavy rain will focus along the I-95 corridor and in the South Carolina Lowcountry through the morning.
Under a mostly clear sky, it’s cold this morning. Just about every thermometer away from the immediate coast is at, or colder than, freezing. Temperatures have dipped into the upper 20s further inland.
This morning is mostly cloudy and mild with patchy areas of fog lingering in the forecast through the morning commute. Under a mostly cloudy sky, the temperature warms into the low and mid-70s at noon; peaking in the mid to upper 70s this afternoon.
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.