After a stubborn cloud deck kept temperatures significantly lower than expected today, we will finally get these clouds out of here once and for all and enjoy a mostly sunny day on Thursday. Highs will top out around 60° in most spots. It’ll sure feel nice to get this gloomy stuff out of here, that’s for sure.
A little salt water possible on vulnerable roads tomorrow morning
Tide levels could touch 7′ in the harbor tomorrow morning around the 8:49 AM high tide thanks to lingering effects from the full moon. A few vulnerable spots in downtown Charleston could see salt water on the roads, most notably around Hagood Ave. at Fishburne Street. Salt water has been seen around this area even when the tide is a little shy of 7′, so be ready to use alternate routes if this area is in your plans tomorrow morning. Salt water is bad news for your car, so you want to avoid it however you can.
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