We’ll have more chances for beneficial rainfall tomorrow across the Lowcountry as scattered showers and even a few thunderstorms will be possible for much of the day. Onshore flow and storms in the area will keep high temperatures down into the low 80s. No severe weather is expected, just more much-needed rain. Not everyone will see rain, and it won’t rain all the time. If you miss out tomorrow, rain chances continue to head up as we get into Thursday and Friday, so chances are good you’ll see something as the pattern turns wetter across the area.
Talking hurricane season on Quintin’s Close-Ups
Be sure to check out my interview with Quintin Washington about the upcoming hurricane season, which opened today. We talk preparedness, last year’s season, and what we might be able to expect from this year. Check it out!
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