Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The weekend was hot, but some cooler weather is on the way this week. Sunday temperatures climbed into the upper 80s and lower 90s. The Columbia Airport hit a high of 90° after a morning low of 67 degrees.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- It was a very hot start to the weekend and Sunday will continue to be unseasonably hot. Clouds will be on the increase Sunday afternoon, but any rain is likely to remain east of the Midlands. High temperatures will be in the upper 80s and lower 90s Sunday afternoon.
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Tropical Storm Julia has weakened to a tropical depression off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia, the National Hurricane Center in Miami said Thursday morning. The storm, located about 60 miles south-southeast of Charleston, S.C., has maximum sustained winds of 55 mph.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Tropical Storm Julia continues to drop lots of rain along the coast of South Carolina. The storm was located 35 miles east of Savannah, Georgia. It was moving northeast at 6 mph. It had winds of 40 mph with gusts up to 50 mph at 5 PM.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- There will be a chance of scattered showers and storms Monday. A few isolated storms impacted the Midlands Sunday, but most of us stayed dry. High temperatures Sunday climbed into the lower and middle 90s. The Columbia airport hit 94 degrees.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The heat and humidity will continue Sunday. High temperatures will be in the lower 90s during the afternoon. The weekend started off dry and hot. Temperatures climbed into the lower and middle 90s for most of the Midlands. The Columbia airport had a high temperature of 95 degrees.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The heat and humidity will continue into the weekend. High temperatures will be in the middle 90s on Saturday and Sunday. High pressure will continue to control our weather Saturday. Mostly sunny skies are expected. High temperatures will be in the middle 90s.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Tropical Storm Hermine will be history by Saturday and the weather will be pleasant for the first weekend of September. The rain will come to an end late Friday and high pressure will build into the area. This will set us up for a great September weekend.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The heat and humidity will continue for the last few days of August. It was hot over the weekend. High temperatures were in the middle 90s both Saturday and Sunday for most of the Midlands. The Columbia airport hit 96° Sunday afternoon.
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