*Frost advisory in effect for most of the area from 2 a.m. until 9 a.m. Tuesday morning*
Columbus Day (Today): Patchy morning clouds, otherwise; sunny with a cool breeze. High: 62
Tonight: Clear and cold; frost in spots (a hard freeze possible in the northern tier). Low: 35
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High: 65 Low: 40
A pleasant stretch lies ahead this week as we sail into Columbus Day today with sunny skies. It will still be breezy and a bit cool with highs in the low 60s. Winds are still averaging 10-20 mph from the north.
Tonight with clear skies and temperatures in the mid 30s there will be frost in the normally colder spots and a hard freeze in some of the sheltered valley locations in the northern tier.
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 is no longer a hurricane and is well into the open Atlantic Ocean.
|Record||90°F May 24, 1936||33°F May 24, 1926|