Today’s pattern is somewhat reminiscent of August (thankfully not from a temperature perspective!). High pressure offshore will pump moisture into the area; I can’t rule out some scattered showers and storms this morning as some moisture convergence works its way northward.
This afternoon, the focus for showers and thunderstorms will shift inland with the seabreeze. No severe weather is expected but we could wring out a few tenths of an inch of rain in spots — not that we’re complaining, as we still need the rain.
Temperatures will top out in the upper 70s in the metro area; should see some lower 80s a little further inland before the seabreeze gets there.
More on another busy Charleston weekend (High Water Fest!) on the blog later today.