The weather threat is now listed as "enhanced" for most of SC, which means the threat of numerous widespread severe storms are possible.
Southerly winds 15-20 miles per hour with gusts to 25-30 miles per hour will occur ahead of a strong cold front, which will arrive overnight. And, with a saturated ground and top-heavy trees that have leafed out, it's not impossible that a couple of trees are uprooted this afternoon.
Tuesday will bring the sun back, but it will be mixed with clouds and the highs in the low 50s. Morning lows are expected in the low-to-mid 30s on average around the region.
A strong to severe line of storms are sweeping through the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry this afternoon.
Evening: Cloudy with Rain Showers Moving in from the South.
The strongest storms should roll in after 12AM.lingering through around 7AM as the cold front crosses.
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We'll be tracking a strong cold front approaching eastern Carolina from the west Sunday night.
Thursday's forecast calls for a high of 78 with a low of 59.
With the arrival of the new seasons, come threats from spring and summertime severe weather.
The clash in air masses and the vigorous nature of this storm system will all contribute to the chances for severe weather today. Highs will reach the 60s for most of the state and the 70s in the southwest.
Once the front moves through the area, skies will clear and temperatures will drop down into the 40s by Monday morning. Lows around 68. Wind S 10-20 miles per hour.
Jay Engle, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Upton, said that by the time all the rain falls between Sunday and Monday there could be a total of 3 inches. Daytime highs Monday and Tuesday will likely be in the 60s to near 70.