Gradual clearing is expected tonight as drier air arrives to start the work week. As the rain continues to pull away tonight, higher pressure will be building in filtering in some drier and slightly cooler air for Monday morning. Lows will range from the upper 30s in Laurinburg/Lumberton to near 40 in the Pee Dee to the low to mid 40s along the Grand Strand. Monday skies will be mostly sunny and temperatures will be pretty seasonable, in the mid 50s. High pressure keeps us dry through the morning on Wednesday. A cold front arrives Wednesday night with a chance for showers. The showers will clear out Thursday morning and high pressure takes over once again. High temps will come down slightly for Thursday and Friday to around 60. Another quick turn around happens on Saturday with the next front approaching. For now, showers are possible Saturday ahead of the front that will arrive sometime Saturday night or Sunday. Temps wil stay in the 60s through the weekend until the front passes but even behind the front, temps are not expected to get much colder.
Tonight, gradual clearing and cool. Lows 38-40 inland, 40-43 beaches.
Monday, mostly sunny and seasonable. Highs 54 inland, 56 beaches,
Tuesday, increasing clouds but still sunny. Highs near 60.
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