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!
Good morning! Under a partly cloudy sky, temperatures are in the low to mid-70s. It’s very muggy this morning. An isolated shower is possible, but most are forecast to remain dry through the morning commute.
A passing area of low pressure will deliver widespread rain, breezy winds, higher-than-normal tides, and an elevated risk of rip currents to the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry through Wednesday morning.
Good Morning! Today is a First Alert Weather Day. It’s a wet morning commute with temperatures in the low to mid-70s. Scattered showers continue to rotate into our area around an area of low pressure to our south.
Good morning! Under a partly cloudy sky, it is warm and humid this morning. Temperatures are, mostly, in the low to mid-70s. Isolated showers are remaining mostly offshore, but a few showers are possible through the morning commute; especially east of I-95.
An apparent waterspout developed along the leading edge of one of the storms; impacting the Chimney Creek areas of Tybee Island. Some dock furniture and a small boat were tossed into the creek as it passed by.
First Alert Radar is mostly dry early this morning. The sky is partly to mostly cloudy and the chance of rain increases later this morning and is forecast to peak around lunch-time heading into the afternoon.
Under a partly to mostly cloudy sky, temperatures are in the upper 60s and lower 70s through the morning commute. It feels muggy outside and a few communities may get a light showers this morning; mainly inland.
The WTOC Weather team has been tracking an area of storminess through the Gulf of Mexico and into the Strait of Florida for several days. This area of low pressure has been classified ‘Invest 90-L’ by the National Hurricane Center.
It’s a cool and calm morning across the area with cool temperatures in the 50s and lower 60s. Under sunshine, the temperature warms into the mid-70s by noon; peaking in the upper 70s and lower 80s this afternoon.
It’s cool this morning, with temperatures running well below normal once again. Numbers are in the upper 40s and lower 50s and continuing to cool as the sun does not rise until 6:30 a.m. or so. By sunrise, most of us will be in the upper 40s, some in the lower 50s under a mostly sunny sky.
Good morning! Under a partly cloudy sky, temperatures are quite chilly this morning; in the 40s and lower 50s. The wind is calm and forecast dry this morning. Under a few clouds, temperatures warm into the low and mid-70s by noon.
Good morning! Under a mostly clear sky, temperatures are in the upper 60s and lower 70s. It feels a bit muggy this morning. The same conditions linger through the morning commute. Only patchy fog is expected.