COLUMBIA, S.C. (WACH) -- It will be a rainy day across the Carolinas on Tuesday.
UPDATE 9:12 a.m.: SPC has taken South Carolina out of the "slight risk" area for severe weather Tuesday.
A cold front approaching the Midlands will pass by Tuesday afternoon. Ahead of the front, look for a steady rain and even a few thunderstorms. High temperatures will be in the lower-70s.
The best chance for any severe weather is in the eastern Carolinas. The clouds should help us out a little bit with limiting the instability in the atmosphere. However, a few strong storms could develop in our eastern counties.
Check out the images attached to this story to see the risk from the Storm Prediction Center.
This all should be clearing out between 5-7 p.m. Behind the front, you will notice some cooler air with a wind shift to the north at 10-20 mph.
Wednesday's high temperatures will only reach the lower-60s as high pressure builds in to the area.