Published: 9.18.14 6:17am
Good Morning Folks! Not a drop of rain yesterday and today will be similar, even though clouds will pass overhead this morning and isolated shower chances exist for the afternoon hours. The amount of moisture compared to even a week ago is drastically reduced and the passing upper level disturbance this morning will be hard pressed to develop any showers, let alone keep the sky covered by clouds. With this in mind most of the clouds overhead this morning should be off to the east by midday and temps will eventually reach the upper 60’s – upper 70’s depending upon elevation (mostly sunny this afternoon), making for a perfect day in the shade. Overnight into Friday temps will dip into the mid 50’s – low 60’s once again and isolated showers are possible as easterly flow ramps up across the area, due to a high pressure system spinning cool and moist air into the Carolinas.
We speak of cold air damming quite a bit because of how often we see this setup across the Carolinas, however this go around the setup will be quite weak and this will translate into more of a partly sunny day, as opposed to cloudy and damp with drizzle. Temps will be held to the upper 60’s – mid 70’s depending upon elevation due to partly sunny skies across the region with a chance for mostly cloudy skies directly along the SC state line. Isolated showers are possible across the region tomorrow and intensities will remain... click here for more