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The (rest of the) week ahead: January 22-27

/ January 22, 2019 at 1:21 PM
National Weather Service forecast for Charleston from January 22-28, 2019.

The temperature rollercoaster rides on. This morning, we were in the 20s in many spots in the Lowcountry, but as winds begin to turn more easterly and then southerly, the warm air (and moisture) pump will be back in place for a couple days. (We’re already up to the low 50s as of 1PM.) This will be followed by a more prolonged period of below-normal temperatures after a frontal passage Friday.

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The week ahead: January 14-20

/ January 14, 2019 at 8:24 AM
Seven-day forecast from the National Weather Service. Chilly start, but it gets warmer as the week progresses. Next rain chances by Friday and the weekend. (Sorry.)

The latter half of January looks to usher in a more unsettled pattern that seems reminiscent of December, at least in its timing: Unsettled weekends followed by mostly dry (and occasionally chilly) work weeks. Indeed, that’s how this week looks to go down.

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The week ahead: January 7-13

/ January 7, 2019 at 12:28 AM
The seven-day forecast from the National Weather Service in Charleston shows mostly dry conditions until the weekend.

I hope everybody enjoyed this absolutely fantastic weekend of weather. Our stretch of dry weather should continue through the rest of the work week before unsettled conditions return to the forecast for the weekend.

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