FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Our dry stretch is leading to Saturday showers
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - Today will remain mostly sunny with highs to the mid-70s.
FIRST ALERT HEADLINES
- Temperatures will stay below average again today, with highs in mid-70s.
- Clouds increase for our Friday as winds switch up out of the south.
- Scattered showers look to be around for the Midlands Friday night into Saturday.
- A stray shower could linger into Sunday, but the day should be on the drier side with highs trending to the low 80s!
FIRST ALERT WEATHER SUMMARY
Happy Thursday! Mainly sunny skies will remain in place all the way through this afternoon as high pressure holds up for us.
We warm up slightly for today and Friday afternoon with highs back into the mid and upper 70s, after morning lows averaging close to 40 degrees!
Clouds will begin to increase across the Midlands on Friday with a few light showers arriving Friday night that will continue into the first half of our Saturday.
Temperatures will be a little cooler on Saturday with highs in the lower 70s as a brief wedge sets up giving us a breeze out of the ENE.
Some spotty showers could linger into Sunday, but the day should be mostly dry with highs trending to the lower 80s.
A few p.m. t-storms are possible with highs increasing to the mid to upper 80s on Monday and Tuesday.
FIRST ALERT FORECAST
Today: Mostly sunny skies with highs back to the mid-70s.
Friday: Increasing clouds into the day with a stray shower possible into the evening. Highs to the upper 70s.
Saturday: Scattered showers with a few breaks of sun here and there. Highs in the lower 70s.
Sunday: Limited sun peeking through clouds with highs in the lower 80s. A few lingering showers remain possible.
Monday: A few p.m. t-storms are possible with highs increasing to the mid-80s.
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