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Feels like June weather

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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

It's warm and humid, and that's what we expect in the Midlands for June.

Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible during the afternoons and evenings each day through Sunday.

Lows tonight will drop to near 70. There is a marginal threat for severe storms, as a few of the evening storms may reach severe criteria, briefly. Gusty winds would be the concern, with isolated small hail.

Temperatures stay in the low 90s through Saturday, with isolated thunderstorms each day. Lows in the low 70s.

On Sunday a weak cold front moves through the state, bringing rain chances to 50%. High temperatures will stay in the upper 80s with rain chances tapering off after the front moves out on Monday.

Next week expect highs in the 80s and lows in the 60s. Rain chances diminish to less than 10% for Tuesday through Friday.

In the Tropics, Bonnie has regained tropical characteristics off the North Carolina coast as a tropical depression, but is expected to move away into the open north Atlantic. A disturbance may become more organized in the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend.

Chief Meteorologist Robb Ellis
 

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