Get ready to get soggy and then cold

Image by NASAImage by weather.jpg Yep, that's fun headed our way.

I hope you enjoyed your pleasant Friday, 'cause this weekend's about to get a lot less pleasant.

Get the latest radar image.Rain has already pushed into Berkeley and Dorchester and is making it's way into Charleston proper. Then the storm system will likely take hold providing heavy rain, high winds, and possibly some large hail.

The temperature will fall to around 50 tonight and not really recover as temperatures begin to slide to a low in the high 20s on Monday night.

As the temperature drops Sunday and the rain continues it's possible we could see some snow. To me it seems unlikely that it would stick, still you should be cautious, particularly if driving over a bridge.

Also, at the moment there's currently a tornado watch in Georgia and it's possible that could extend to South Carolina, but we'll just have to wait and see.

We'll be posting updates, but your best bet to get the up-to-the-second latest on this storm is to head here.

Also be sure to check with the National Weather Service for lots of details and the full forecast.

Update February 28, 6:45 p.m.: Several thousand in Charleston County are without power after two substations started having problems. Officials hope to have the problem circumvented soon. NBC News 2 has the latest.

Most outages appear to be on James Island and in Summerville.

Oh, here's a map that show the latest outage numbers.

And here's the Web page where you can check the status of your outage.