CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — A winter storm system on the edge of a cold front is expected to bring light rain showers and some possible snow to the Lowcountry on Wednesday, with frigid temperatures to follow.
According to ABC News 4 Meteorologist Sonya Stevens, light rain showers could begin in the Charleston area late Wednesday morning, giving way to possible light snow flurries by the afternoon or early evening.
Stevens says the snow flurries will be minimal, and snow will not accumulate on the ground.
As the storm moves offshore to the east, overnight low temperatures are forecast to drop significantly Wednesday night into Thursday morning, and against Thursday night into Friday morning.
The low forecast for Thursday is 24, and the low for Friday is projected at 27 degrees. A wind chill advisory may be issued for the Lowcountry Wednesday night.