It was a stormy start to summer with a severe weather outbreak threatening the Palmetto state on the first night of summer.
An "enhanced risk" of severe thunderstorms was issued for two-thirds of the state on June 22 with multiple severe thunderstorm warnings across the state. Another round of severe weather threatened the state last weekend and then on June 24 for the Piedmont.
As June is winding down, the 7-Day rainfall forecast from the National Weather Service Weather Prediction Center is showing generally dry conditions.
Looking at the 7 Day Rainfall forecast today through next Wednesday from @NWSWPC shows generally dry conditions expected with rain chances coming in the form of isolated afternoon storms mainly over the weekend. Temperatures heat up well into the 90s next week too! #scwx #gawx pic.twitter.com/1hxCSwJUsF
— NWS Columbia (@NWSColumbia) June 27, 2019
The Three-Month Precipitation Outlook from the Climate Prediction Center shows there are equal chances of below or above precipitation with above average precipitation in the Plains states.
However, the Three-Month Outlook from NOAA's Climate Prediction Center indicate that South Carolina along with the rest of the Eastern Seaboard will have above normal temperatures with well above normal temperatures in south Florida and the Pacific Northwest. Well below average temperatures are expected in the Plains states.