FIRST ALERT- A touch warmer for Sunday but it gets hotter next week

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Published: Jun. 2, 2022 at 5:14 PM EDT|Updated: Jun. 4, 2022 at 6:06 PM EDT
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - A mostly quiet evening for us with partly cloudy skies. Watch for a 20% chance for some showers for our eastern communities. Potential Tropical Cyclone One brought heavy rain to portions of southern Florida but is no impact to South Carolina.

First Alert Headlines

  • Tomorrow will be a little warmer with upper 80s but the humidity is still low
  • The humidity returns next week with temps climbing back into the 90s
  • Potential Tropical Cyclone 1 is pushing away from Florida after bringing heavy rain there today

First Alert Summary


Sunday we have upper 80s with mostly sunny skies, the humidity will stay low as high pressure builds over the region. Monday we’ll be around 90 with mostly sunny skies.

Tuesday the humidity starts to increase as highs will climb into the low 90s. A cold front approaches next Wednesday and that increases our chances of rain and storms to 30%, mainly in the afternoon/evening. Highs are in the low 90s once again and it will be very humid.

In the tropics we have Potential Tropical Cyclone One that is bringing very heavy rain to portions of southern Florida along with gusty winds to 40 MPH. It looks to stay too far to our east to create any impacts to the Midlands. Coastal areas of SC could experience some rip currents however.


Forecast Update

This Evening: A few showers and downpours east (20%). Otherwise it’s quiet with temps in the 70s

Tonight: A few passing clouds with temperatures falling into the 60s

Sunday: Mostly sunny and warm. Highs reach the upper 80s. Humidity not too bad

Monday: Near 90 with mostly sunny skies

Tuesday: Low 90s with a little more humidity

Wednesday: Higher humidity with a 30% chance of some afternoon showers and storms. Highs are in the mid 90s


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