From the First Alert Forecast Team


On Sunday morning, the Storm Prediction Center elevated the threat to "enhanced" for most of SC, which means the threat of numerous widespread severe storms are possible as a strong cold front moves in.

"In the meantime, be safe in this snowy, sloppy weather and have a great weekend!" Next shot of moisture looks to be with a system heading our way for Friday that could bring gusty winds and areas of rain/snow.

Wednesday is expected to have a high of 81 and a low of 54. Temperatures will drop down into the low-40s Sunday night, with highs Monday afternoon just making it up into the mid-60s.

Thursday's forecast calls for a high of 78 with a low of 59.

Crews on scene of house fire in Rocky Mount
There was no word on a cause of the fire, if more information becomes available we will bring it to you. Both children were said to be in cardiac arrest after being rescued, fire officials said.

Some thunderstorms may pop up early Sunday afternoon in inland spots along the fast-moving sea breeze.

Severe weather is not in the forecast, but a few isolated showers will be possible. There is a 100 percent chance of rain for the evening. A high wind warning will remain in effect for the lower elevations until 3 pm. Northwesterly wind in the morning will shift to the southwest in the afternoon 5-10 miles per hour. Winds will be mainly from the north with gusts near 60 miles per hour at times. Temperatures will be steady in the upper 20s to around 30 with wind chill levels in the teens.

Temperatures will slowly begin to warm up and skies will begin to clear by Wednesday. Sunday's game was also called off because of the storm, which by Saturday night had buried Minneapolis under more than 13 inches of snow (33 centimeters).

After freezing fields and leaving a blanket of snow in Wisconsin on Friday, the system rolled through Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi Saturday.