Summer season is almost here, although if you look at the weather, it’s already arrived. Memorial Day may mark the official kickoff for peak season for SC vacation rentals, like our collection of Isle of Palms luxury rentals or a Folly Beach house Charleston – but it’s felt like prime time to be in a Charleston beach house for several weeks now.
Of course, one of the big draws for staying in beach rentals Charleston is…. no surprise!…. the beach.
If you check the weather forecast in the local news, often it’s based inland, in the city of Charleston or any of the many towns and cities that constitute the Lowcountry.
Those who live in and around the Lowcountry know that the weather can vary a good bit island to island and depending how close you are to the ocean. Simply crossing the Isle of Palms Connector into Mount Pleasant from our Isle of Palms vacation rentals, you can experience a complete change in climate and temp.
Well, luckily, the National Weather Service based in Charleston has kicked off its seasonal forecasts for BEACHES and SURF in the Charleston area.
They issue their forecasts twice each day – once in the early morning and once in the afternoon.
These updated forecasts help you maximize your stay in one of our beach house rentals Charleston SC, by letting you know what the local conditions will be that day. Say you’re staying in a luxury house on Isle of Palms. You can use their guides to recommend when to hit the waves, and what the water temp will be when you do.
Here’s a link to the National Weather Service page for Charleston: http://www.weather.gov/chs/ Just look for the Beach & Surf icon.
Here’s a direct link: http://www.weather.gov/chs/beach
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