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Sunny, Cool Monday

wltx.com — Low temperatures will fall into the lower 30s Monday morning in the Midlands. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- It will be a cool, dry start to the holiday workweek. A cold front moved through the area early on Sunday, but the clouds were slow to move out and the cold air lagged behind.

Freeze Warning Sunday Morning

wltx.com — Sunday morning we will see the coldest weather of the season. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- A freeze warning is in effect Sunday morning. The National Weather Service in Columbia has issued a freeze warning for most of the Midlands. This warning includes Richland, Lexington, Sumter, Newberry, Kershaw, Fairfield, Calhoun, Saluda and Lee counties.

Cooler on Sunday

wltx.com — More rain is expected Sunday and Monday. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Cool, damp weather expected for Sunday. A cold front pushed through the area on Saturday. The front brought some showers across the area. The front continued to moved through the state and became stationary offshore.

Floods Bring Increase in Pests

wltx.com — Columbia, SC (WLTX) - As the Midlands continues in the recovery process from the record-breaking October rainfall, new problems from the water may have already flooded the area: pests: "I have gnats flying on me now, I'm mean, it is outrageous to see the gnats and mosquitoes," says Rossal Fordham, a lifelong Columbia resident.

Chance of Rain Today

wltx.com — Sunday the high temperature in Columbia was 80 degrees. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- It will be cooler with a chance of rain on Monday. The weekend was dry and mild. Temperatures on Sunday climbed into the upper 70s to 80° in Columbia. Today will be cooler as high pressure builds in from the north behind a cold front.

What is a '1000-year' flood?

wltx.com — Although unlikely, a '1000-year' flood can occur every year. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- South Carolina experienced what has been called a '1000-year' flood. This term has been used often, but can be misunderstood. A '1000-year' flood or a '1000-year event,' does not mean that the event will only happen once every 1000 years.

Joaquin Continues to Strengthen in Atlantic

wltx.com — If Joaquin becomes a hurricane, it will be the third Atlantic hurricane of the season. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Tropical Storm Joaquin is expected to strengthen Wednesday, potentially becoming a hurricane later today. Early Wednesday morning Joaquin had winds of 70 mph with gusts up to 85 mph.

Tropical Storm Grace Forms

wltx.com — The storm became a depression Saturday morning and was upgraded to a tropical storm Saturday afternoon. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Tropical Storm Grace formed Saturday afternoon in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean. The storm was about 285 miles southwest of the Cape Verde Islands Saturday evening.

Rain Chances Increase

wltx.com — It was seasonably hot on Saturday and Sunday, the Columbia airport hit 93° both days. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The chance for rain will be increasing as we go into the new workweek. Over the weekend it was mostly dry and seasonably hot. High temperatures on both Saturday and Sunday climbed to 93° at the Columbia airport.

Hot, Dry Weekend Continues

wltx.com — Temperatures climbed into the middle and upper 90s on Saturday across the Midlands. Columbia, SC (WLTX) - The hot and mostly dry weather will continue on Sunday across the Midlands. A front has become stationary across the Lowcountry of South Carolina and along the coast.
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Nov 26, 2015

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Nov 26, 2015

Today in 1970 the temperature in Columbia fell to 21° the coldest low ever recorded for Thanksgiving. #SCweatherfact

Nov 25, 2015

Today in 1950 Caesars Head dropped to -1° the coldest November temperature ever recorded in SC. #SCweatherfact

Nov 24, 2015

Have you ever seen a sweet potato this big? Sara Kelly dug this 12 pounder up. pic.twitter.com/tCEtb8JcxO

Nov 24, 2015

The record high for today in Columbia is 83° set in 1973, the record low is 16° set in 1970. #SCweatherfact

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