A cold front will move offshore tonight allowing for skies to become partly clear and temperatures to fall into the mid and upper 30s inland overnight while along the coast temperatures will fall to near 40. Cold High Pressure will build in Monday keeping us 10-15 degrees below normal. An area of low pressure will develop along a stalled front and pass just off the Carolina coast. The strength and exact track is still uncertain but the possibility of much needed widespread heavy rain is there. We’ll also see very chilly temperatures with highs struggling in the low to mid 50s on Tuesday. It’ll also be breezy. Areas along the coast could see up to 2 -3 inches of rain while inland locations could see up to 1 inch.
High pressure will build in from the west on Wednesday and move offshore Thursday allowing for us to warm up. We’ll have a chance for scattered showers and storms on Friday with the weekend looking dry and warm.
Tonight: partly cloudy, and cold. Lows 36-38 inland, near 40 coast.
Monday: Partly cloudy and cooler. Highs 56-58