Tracking colder weather in the Midlands this week
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – We are tracking colder weather in the Midlands over the next few days.
First weather warning headlines:
Â· Tonight we expect cooler weather. Low temperatures will be in the mid-1940s under a mostly cloudy sky. A few isolated showers are possible late.
Â· Prepare for cooler and wetter weather in the Midlands.
Â· A few showers are in your forecast Thursday (40% chance). At the same time, even cooler weather will set in. Peaks will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s on Thursday.
Â· By Friday we will still have a lot of clouds in the area. The peaks will be in the upper 50s.
Â· Some showers are also possible in parts of the area on Saturday, depending on the trajectory of a low pressure area near our coasts. Peaks will be in the upper 50s to almost 60s on Saturday.
Â· The sun is back in the forecast by Sunday. The peaks will be in the mid-1960s.
The summits are back in the 70s next week!
Â· Remember to set your clocks back an hour before going to bed late on Saturday night. Daylight saving time ends.
First alert weather alert:
As we go through your Wednesday evening, expect mostly cloudy skies in the Midlands. Isolated showers are possible late. It will be cool too. Low nighttime temperatures will be in the mid-1940s.
Prepare for cooler weather in the Midlands over the next few days. Then the warmer weather arrives next week.
A few showers are in your forecast Thursday. Chances of rain are around 30-40%. Otherwise, expect mostly cloudy skies.
The highs will be even colder, falling into the upper 40s and lower 50s on Thursday. So plan accordingly for the cold.
Friday will be another cool day. The peaks will reach the upper 50. We will see partly sunny skies in the area. A late-day shower is not out of the question.
On Saturday, some of the forecast models hint at an area of ââlow pressure developing near the coast of South Carolina, giving way to more cloud and a risk of wet weather, particularly for the Midlands of the east and towards the coast. Right now the chance of rain is around 20-30%, again mostly in the east. We will closely monitor the forecast for you. Otherwise, expect partly cloudy skies.
High temperatures will be in the upper 50s on Saturday, then climb to the mid-60s on Sunday. We will see more sun on Sunday.
Also, don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour before bedtime on Saturday night at the end of daylight saving time. We’ll save an extra hour of sleep!
High temperatures will return to the 1970s next week.
Tropics: we follow Tropical Storm Wanda in the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It will continue to shoot near the Azores as it weakens over the next few days.
Tonight: Rather cloudy and cold. Low temperatures in the mid-1940s.
Thusday: Rather cloudy. A few showers possible (30-40%). Much cooler. Peaks in the 1950s.
Friday: Partly sunny. Isolated end-of-day shower (20%). Cool weather. Peaks in the upper 50s.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. Risk of showers, especially in the east (20%). Always cool. Highs in the 1950s above nearly 60.
Sunday: Sunny skies. Soft. Peaks in the mid-1960s.
On Monday: Usually sunny and mild. Peaks in the upper 60s.
Tuesday: Usually sunny and warm. Highs in the 1970s.
Wednesday: Sun & Clouds. Warm. Peaks in the mid-1970s.
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