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.
Hurricane season is almost two weeks away. As you start preparing, the Coastal Health District wants to remind residents of its Hurricane Registry for those who might need extra assistance during an evacuation.
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.