Yet another standard July day upcoming: Isolated PM storms and 90s

/ July 15, 2021 at 8:27 AM

We’re in full-blown Command-C/Command-V mode here at @chswx HQ this week, as one would typically expect in a Charleston summer: Highs in the low 90s with isolated afternoon thunderstorms expected. This forecast is right on the dot with mid-July climatology, and there’s really not too much else to write home about.

If you’re headed to the beaches or out on the water this morning, there is the risk of a waterspout underneath any tall cumulus towers, and there will be a persistent rip current risk all day. These are the only caveats — mind these and you’ll be in good shape.