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A pleasant Thanksgiving approaches

/ November 26, 2019 at 9:52 PM

While many people in the Upper Midwest and along the West Coast will be dealing with nasty weather this Thanksgiving, we can be thankful for mostly quiet and comfortable conditions as we kick off the holidays.

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Pleasant end to the work week

/ November 19, 2019 at 10:46 PM

We’ve got a nice stretch of weather coming up over the next few days as high pressure passes through the area, suppressing rainfall and bringing along plenty of sunshine. Temperatures will be rising over the next few days, perhaps reaching 70° by Friday — right near normal for mid-November.

Our next front (and rain chance) swings through roughly Saturday afternoon into the evening. Timing is still tough to pin down. Don’t cancel outdoor plans just yet, but have a secondary plan ready to go.

Freeze expected overnight, coastal flooding with morning high tide

/ November 12, 2019 at 10:57 PM

Wednesday will be the coldest day in the Charleston metro area since early March as an Arctic airmass, rushing in tonight, makes a brief visit to the Lowcountry through Thursday morning. Many locations will experience a freeze, and wind chills will be heinous (think low 20s). Time to dust off the jackets!

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Chilly interlude — but spring returns this weekend

/ March 6, 2019 at 8:33 AM

We’re off to a very chilly start this morning in the Lowcountry as Arctic air has once again taken residence in the eastern half of the country. But as it goes in March, just wait five minutes and it’ll change.

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Today’s showers and tomorrow’s chill

/ January 29, 2019 at 6:39 AM
GOES-East infrared satellite depicting an Arctic front draped from the Gulf of Mexico north to the Great Lakes. Areas of blues in the Dakotas, Minnesota, and Wisconsin are not clouds — those are just frigid temperatures!

We’ve got some rain headed our way this afternoon into early this evening, followed by another round of chilly temperatures. Temperatures look to bounce back to close out the work week, though.

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