Get ready for rain and lower temperatures to start the week

While the sun hasn't risen yet, the view probably won't change much from the Tides Folly Beach surf cam until after the rain passes this morning.

Thanksgiving week will get off to a somewhat dreary start with a 60 percent chance of rain today, mainly before 11 a.m., and a high near 58 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

New precipitation amounts are expected to be less than one-tenth of an inch, so it’s not likely we’ll hit the record for yearly rainfall today.

After the rain passes, the sky should clear up and the sun should be out. But don’t let that fool you: tonight’s overnight low is expected to drop to around 35 degrees.

On Monday, expect clear skies with a high near 53 degrees and patchy frost overnight with a low around 33 degrees.

For a more detailed forecast and a look ahead to Thanksgiving, go to postandcourier.com/weather.

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