First Alert Forecast: More refreshing air moving into the Midlands

First Alert Forecast: More refreshing air moving into the Midlands

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The showers and storms from Tuesday will continue to move away as high pressure, sunshine and less humidity move into the Midlands through the day today.

First Alert Weather Headlines:

Dominic Brown's evening forecast

· Temperatures this morning in the low to mid 60s. What a refreshing start with less humidity too

· High and dry the next few days with sunshine and less humidity

· Rain chances are 0% today and tomorrow but Friday through Sunday rain chances increase to around 20%

· Seasonable weather returns next week with more humidity as well

First Alert Weather Story:

A refreshing start to the day with temperatures in the 60s and much less humidity than where we’ve been. High pressure slowly moves in this afternoon bringing more sunshine through the day today. Temperatures tonight drop down to the low to mid 60s which is typically what we see in September.

Thursday afternoon features temps in the mid 80s with sunshine and a few passing clouds with low humidity.

An isolated shower or storm could develop Friday through your weekend. Rain chances are around 20% for now. We’ll keep an eye on the forecast for you. Otherwise, we’ll see partly cloudy skies. Highs will be in the upper 80s and lower 90s.

Seasonable weather in the 90s expected next week with isolated to widely scattered showers and storms possible.

Today: A few clouds early today but clearing for the afternoon with lowering humidity. Highs in the mid 80s

Tonight: Clear skies with lows in the low to mid 60s

Thursday: Plenty of sunshine and not as humid. Highs in the mid to upper 80s.

Friday: Sunshine and clouds with highs around 90. 20% chance for an isolated shower

Saturday: Sunshine and clouds with highs around 90. 20% chance for an isolated shower

Sunday: Sunshine and clouds with highs around 90. 20% chance for an isolated shower

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