COLUMBIA, South Carolina (WIS) –
Early Warning Headlines
- Another beautiful day here in the Midlands with near average temperatures
- Slightly lower humidity values will remain for a day or two
- Daytime highs are expected to drop to the 80s for a few days this week
- Expect storms to return to forecast late Monday and continue for most of the week
Summary of the first alert
Continue to enjoy the short-term relief for the next few days as humidity values remain slightly below normal. The wind will continue to blow from the north and will help bring temperatures near average.
By Monday, temperatures will climb back into the mid-90s and result in slightly higher humidity readings.
Monday is also the day a short wave will cross the mountains and move into South Carolina. This means that a few showers and storms will move into our northern counties late Monday and persist through Tuesday morning. A front will arrive during the day on Tuesday and will increase our risk of storms to 60% during the day and night. Wednesday will feature lingering showers from the same front which will remain around the state.
Any showers or storms that develop may be accompanied by heavy rain and gusty winds
Sunday: Generally sunny with not too bad humidity. Peaks in the mid-90s
Monday: Mid 90s with more humidity and 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms
Tuesday: There is a 60% chance of showers and thunderstorms with highs in the mid-80s and wetter
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with 50% chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs are mid 80s and wet
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