Yikes...Saturday temps were a full 20-degrees below normal along with a brutal northeast wind up to 20-miles an hour. High temps that would be normal just before Thanksgiving!
Clouds will squeeze out a few sprinkles/light rain through tonight. Much drier air will work into the area on Sunday, as high pressure builds in from the west…dispersing clouds…albeit slowly…and lifting temperatures.
Soaking rains associated with Joaquin and an area of low pressure over Georgia continue to slam South Carolina and the Atlantic Coast.
Due to clouds, temps will not drop much tonight and early on Sunday morning.
High temps will be 20-degrees warmer Sunday afternoon.
Did you miss the outdoors on Saturday? Temps will recover on Sunday afternoon for outdoor activties.
The West Side Nut Club Fall Festival will get off to a dry and mild start. High temps on Monday will reach the middle to upper 70’s under partly to mostly sunny skies. Temps near 80-degrees by Wednesday. Rain chances will hold off until later in the week.
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