Showers and storms are expected to roll through the Midlands throughout the night Sunday and into Monday morning.
A stationary front in the state has brought additional moisture in the air and that moisture will also help to keep temperatures down for the beginning of the workweek. The front is expected to basically wash out by Monday however, we’ll have enough moisture around to continue a good chance of afternoon storms through Tuesday.
On Sunday, a Flash Flood Warning was issued in Richland County due to the amount of rainfall coming from a storm system moving through the area.
Flash Flood Warning including Columbia SC, Dentsville SC, Forest Acres SC until 8:15 PM EDT pic.twitter.com/xxR3lfTWmg— NWS Columbia (@NWSColumbia) July 16, 2017
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings were also issued throughout the day however they ended earlier than expected.
Temperatures are expected to return to the middle and upper nineties later in the week.
Sunday: Mostly Cloudy. Mostly cloudy, 50% shower/storm chance, below average temperatures, highs in the upper 80s
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 50% shower/storm chance, below average temperatures, highs in the low 90s
Tuesday: Warmer, partly sunny, highs in the low to middle 90s, Rain chance 40%
Wednesday & Thursday: The heat returns, mostly sunny, highs in the upper 90s, heat index 100+
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