Region under upgraded "moderate" threat for severe weather today

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All modes of severe weather will be possible, including the threat of potentially strong and long track tornadoes. The front looks to push through sometime Sunday.

The central USA experienced a severe storms outbreak on Friday.

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If a severe storm develops near you, expect heavy rain (with localized flooding), damaging wind (up to 75 mph), hail (up to the size of half-dollars) and the possibility of a tornado. Most of next week will be dry and breezy. There will be some sun in at least the first half of the day. Wednesday will be calmer before another system start to head our warm increasing winds (and likely fire danger) for Thursday.

Some thunderstorms may pop up early Sunday afternoon in inland spots along the fast-moving sea breeze.

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The watch covers Beaufort, Orangeburg, Colleton and Dorchester Counties until 7 p.m. Then, a line of thunderstorms will move in from the Gulf. The best chance for rain will be for areas along and east of Interstate 35. The wind will be light for a change, around 5-10 miles per hour.

No matter what the temperature is, heavy rain is a good bet. A "backdoor front" - designated by the dashed purple line on this morning's satellite view (left panel of the graphic) - is forcing cooler air and overcast skies southward. High pressure will follow Friday and Saturday. Highs in the Low to Mid 50s. Most of the daylight hours should stay dry with a few spotty showers possible by the afternoon as cloud cover and moisture increases ahead of the system. Watch for broken tree limbs and other debris.* Outlook.Benign winds for Tuesday and Wednesday.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS.A High Wind Watch means there is the potential for a hazardous high wind event.

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