COLUMBIA, S.C. — After showers and a few storms moved through Saturday evening, we have much nicer weather in place for our Sunday.
Low temperatures dropped down into the upper 50s to near 60 degrees across the Midlands. We're expecting another warm and muggy day with temperatures in the mid 70s around lunchtime and high temperatures near 80 degrees in the afternoon.
We do have the chance for an isolated shower or storm this evening as a weak cold front moves through. Areas south and east of Columbia have the greatest chance of seeing one of these stray showers generally between 4 pm and 8 pm. We are not under any severe risks from the Storm Prediction Center and do not anticipate any bad weather.
High pressure and drier weather moves in for the start of the work week, though temperatures will remain quite warm. Low temperatures Monday morning will be back in the mid 50s with highs in the low 80s. High temperatures Tuesday will be in the mid 80s under mostly sunny skies.
Pollen levels will also remain high with no inclement weather in the forecast.
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A dry cold front will move through Wednesday and bring increased cloud cover for the middle of the week. Temperatures will drop behind the front and be more seasonable through the end of the week with lows in the low 50s and highs in the mid 70s.
The next chance for rain looks to be next weekend though there is still some uncertainty in the forecast. Currently there is a 30% chance for some showers on Saturday.