Temperatures head back into the 80s tomorrow under partly cloudy skies. We may see an isolated shower or thunderstorm kick off in the afternoon, but the vast majority of us look to remain dry throughout the day. Best chances for any rainfall look to be closer to I-95 than the Charleston metro area, but we’ll want to see how the mesoscale details sort themselves out as this pattern has a bit of a summer-like feel to it.
While 83° is rather toasty for mid-March — a normal March 13th tops out around 69° — it’s not a record. That dubious honor goes to March 13, 1990, when the high temperature at Charleston International Airport reached 88°.