While meteorological fall begins on September 1, summer will blaze on in the Lowcountry over the next several days as we remain within a warm and humid airmass. Showers and thunderstorms will be possible each afternoon along the seabreeze and other outflow boundaries generated by thunderstorm activity. As we head toward the weekend, a nearby frontal boundary could aid in additional showers and thunderstorms. We could see temperatures come down a little bit for Sunday as winds turn more onshore, but showers and storms remain in the forecast.
Administrative note: chswx.com weather data may be out of sorts on Monday
The National Weather Service is scheduled to do maintenance on its weather data API during the day Monday, which will cause some disruptions in the current conditions and forecast data on the chswx.com homepage. I’ll be keeping an eye on it, and will let everyone know when the maintenance is complete and things look to be back in order.