Next Front Arrives Overnight, Marginal Risk of Severe Weather

Next Front Arrives Overnight, Marginal Risk of Severe Weather

Next Front Arrives Overnight, Marginal Risk of Severe Weather

Our Tuesday weather maker will bring some cloudy and cooler weather along with the chance for some light rain and snow showers. It looks like the skies will try clearing west to east across our neck of the woods.

But it isn't until after the rain that temperatures are expected to dip into the 60s.

After the cold front, the weather will be much cooler Monday as highs will struggle to reach 70.

Once the severe storm threat is over we'll still have to contend with a flooding threat. Wind chills will be an issue again today, as the "feels-like temperatures" range in the 20s even after lunchtime. Highs return to the 80s Wednesday through Friday. Then, rain showers and more thunderstorms increase as we head into late Saturday night and early Sunday morning.

The cause of the threat is a strong cold front slated to move through the Lowcountry late in the day on Sunday. Remember, our average high temperature for this time of the year is 66°.

We will continue to update this story as the forecast changes.

The weekend's wind gusts are expected to blow through the week, but rain chances will evaporate.

A few of the storms we are expecting with tonights front could be strong to severe. All local counties have been dropped from severe weather advisories as of 1:45 p.m. High pressure will follow Friday and Saturday.

"A serious weather system isn't guaranteed by any means, but it's something to keep a close eye on this afternoon", said Moss.

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