COLUMBIA, S.C. — It’s freezing across South Carolina.

Temperatures early Thursday ranged from 12 in Greenville to 28 in Charleston early Thursday.

The National Weather Service says it’s likely to be worse Friday.

Forecasters issued wind chill advisories for the entire state Thursday because of the low temperatures and winds.

Some schools in the Midlands were starting two hours later than usual because of the cold temperatures.

No significant power outages were reported early Thursday. Duke Energy reported fewer than 100 customers without service. Most of those were in Greenwood County, which was hard hit by the icy conditions earlier this week.