Tonight: Clear, blustery and colder. Low: 40
Columbus Day (Monday): Plenty of sunshine, windy and cool. High: 62
Monday Night: Clear and cold with areas of frost (a freeze is possible in the northern tiers). Low: 35
The sunshine broke out from the clouds today and we saw a decent afternoon, but it was a bit breezy. It will stay breezy tonight under clear skies as lows fall back near 40 degrees.
A pleasant stretch lies ahead this week as we sail into Columbus Day on Monday with mostly sunny skies. It will still be breezy and a bit cool with highs in the low 60s. Monday night and Tuesday night may have areas of frost as low temperatures fall back into the mid and upper 30s.
The rest of the week is looking pretty quiet with skies remaining partly to mostly sunny. Temperatures overall will be staying close to average with highs in the mid 60s and lows in the lower 40s. There is a slight chance for showers later on Thursday.
Matthew did make landfall in the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge near McClellanville, SC Saturday morning as a category 1 hurricane and traveled along the Carolina coast. Matthew continues to move away from the North Carolina coast as a post-tropical cyclone. We will continue to watch Matthew as it tracks into the Atlantic ocean. Stay tuned for any updates.
|Record||90°F May 24, 1936||33°F May 24, 1926|