Winds will pick up slightly by the afternoon as a cold front moves through with gusts around 20-30 miles per hour. Temperatures will be slightly below average this weekend with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s and nights in the lower 40s. We also saw heavy rain bring localized flooding in some areas.
A very fast moving line of strong storms will produce fairly widespread wind gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour across portions of Horry and Georgetown Counties through 9:30 pm this evening. Turning cloudier overnight from the west, accompanied by strengthening southwesterly winds, but staying dry throughout. There is a 100 percent chance of rain for the evening.
Monday....Mostly sunny with a high near 73. We could see gusts approaching 40-55 miles per hour.
Rain in the valleys and a light icy mix in the hill swill continue into the night as temperatures hold steady all the way into early Monday morning. Despite the breeze will feel warm with lengthy sunny spells, although cloud may increase in western parts later.
The Eastern Colorado surface low will track quickly east across Kansas Tuesday night and into Northern Missouri by Wednesday morning.
Monday Afternoon: High temps today will climb back into teh mid to upper 80's.
Wednesday: Few more clouds, little less wind, still breezy... No significant rainfall is expected, meaning more high fire danger and elevated pollen levels.
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