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Forecast Discussion: Ground-level ozone monitor readings across the state are headed for peaks in the code GREEN range on this Thursday afternoon. A weakening frontal boundary will push into South Carolina later today and stall out on Friday, likely meandering across southern/central/eastern sections of the state. The main change will be drier air aloft as surface temperatures and humidity will decrease only slightly behind (north and west of) the boundary. A chance of showers/storms will persist to the south and east of the Upstate and Catawba zones, which should stay mostly sunny and dry. Overall, ozone production should trend upward vs. today especially over northwestern sections of the state, but clean air across the Southeastern U.S. and lingering low level moisture should keep ozone in the code GREEN range once again statewide on Friday.

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