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High temperatures near 100 expected Sunday prompted the National Weather Service in Charleston to issue a heat advisory as a warning to take precautions
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Stephanie May 25
It's hot! Hopefully you're staying cool this afternoon as temps are still in the 90's.
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JoeyLive5 May 25
Post seabreeze spike in humidity has driven the heat index up to 104 degrees at the airport! Stay hydrated!
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Bill Walsh May 22
You just don't see these kind of temps in May! Could smash records this weekend.
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Live 5 Weather May 21
Sunset at Bonneau Beach from Chere Ward. Temps will be in the mid-70s tonight!
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Bill Walsh May 21
Temperature Tracker....one word... HOT!!
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Danielle Prinz May 21
HOT, HOT, HOT MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Are you ready for the big warm up?! Stay hydrated and don't forget the sunscreen. Sadly, not much rain is expected to help cool off temperatures!
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Live5News May 20
The hottest temperatures of 2019 are on the way and there won't be much rain to cool temps off. Stay hydrated and limit your time spent outside this coming weekend. High temps could get into the upper 90s on Memorial Day via
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Live5News May 20
First named storm of 2019 hurricane season forms northeast of the Bahamas. Subtropical Storm Andrea is expected to move to the northeast, away from the United States, over the next few days
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Live 5 Weather May 20
LATEST TRACK- SUBTROPICAL STORM ANDREA Andrea will stay away from the US! The storm will move north then take a sharp turn east tomorrow aft'n before dissipating Wednesday. The current winds are at 40 mph. The center should stay south of Bermuda.
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Live 5 Weather May 20
FIRST NAMED STORM OF 2019 The first storm of the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane season should officially be named 'Andrea' by 6:30 pm. This system has a well-defined center now and is subtropical. No impacts for the U.S., but it could impact Bermuda.
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JoeyLive5 May 20
🌀SUBTROPICAL STORM ANDREA HAS FORMED 🌀 The first named storm of the 2019 Hurricane season has formed northeast of the Bahamas. Andrea will move to the northeast, away from the US, over the next few days. Andrea will likely dissipate by Wednesday or Thursday.
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Bill Walsh May 20
Classic rain shaft with a sea breeze pop-up shower. We need more rain, but not too much on tap except for these short lived type afternoon storms. LIVE now with a heat wave and tropical update.
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Live5News May 18
Tropical development possible in the Atlantic over next several days Watching area east of the Bahamas for possible tropical or subtropical development
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Bill Walsh May 18
Watching this area in the Atlantic for possible tropical or subtropical development over the next 5 days. Chance is 40% as it drifts to the north or northeast. will keep you posted.
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Stephanie May 18
A few sea breeze showers/storms have popped up this afternoon which will move inland through sunset tonight, but coverage will be scarce.
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Live 5 Weather May 18
WATCHING THE TROPICS A cluster of showers and thunderstorms could develop into a tropical system early next week. This system is not expected to impact the U.S., but it's a good reminder that hurricane season is around the corner!
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Bill Walsh May 15
MUGGY METER THURSDAY: Up just a little, but more muggy later this week!
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Live 5 Weather May 15
COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY UNTIL 9 PM Watch out for some minor flooding on the drive home. Higher than usual tides may cause up to 1/2 foot of saltwater inundation.
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Bill Walsh May 14
Now this is a "Dome of Delight" Day!
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