Special Weather Statement
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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Charleston SC
718 PM EDT Sun Mar 19 2017

SCZ040-042>045-050-052-200300-
Allendale-Hampton-Inland Colleton-Dorchester-Inland Berkeley-
Charleston-Tidal Berkeley-
718 PM EDT Sun Mar 19 2017

...PATCHY TO LOCALLY SCATTERED FROST POSSIBLE LATE TONIGHT...

Clear skies and light winds will occur tonight as high pressure
builds into Southeast South Carolina. Overnight temperatures are
expected to fall into the upper 30s away from the coast with some
sheltered areas dropping into the mid 30s. There will be a risk
for patchy to locally scattered frost to develop a few hours
before sunrise Monday, roughly along and north of a line from
Allendale to Walterboro, Summerville, Cainhoy and Awendaw. Those
with agricultural concerns should consider taking action to
protect vegetation from frost.

A Frost Advisory may be issued later tonight if conditions look
favorable for a more scattered frost.

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