Forecasts and NWS advisories for Charleston, SC. Tweet me your storm reports with #chswx! Not affiliated with NWS. Manned by @jaredwsmith.
Dry but muggy afternoon underway with temperatures in the mid-80s away from the coastline. Storms well inland:
That’s a lot of cold air in the eastern part of the country — 40s as far south as central FL.
Freezing temperatures for as far as the eye can see for the most part, with a few 34 degree readings near the harbor.
Heads up for damaging winds around Givhans Ferry moving into West Ashley, Summerville, eventually North Charleston:
Radar estimates over 1” of rain in the past hour over Moncks Corner:
Soggy week in the cards. We may add substantially to our 6.8+” rainfall surplus if this WPC forecast verifies:
Local weather stations depict plentiful 40s on the map when you get inland from the coast; mid-50s downtown:
Some isolated wind damage being reported in the area. Tree recently went down in West Ashley:
#CHS Tri-County area in the southern extent of the Storm Prediction Center’s severe weather risk area this afternoon:
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