(FOX Carolina) - Another day of stifling heat and humidity with storms for some gives way to some drier days ahead.

Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are possible this afternoon, but they should be limited to just one "round" as opposed to Tuesday's multiple stormy events. Highs reach the 80s and 90s, so more heat and humidity are on the way!

Another heat advisory has been issued for Abbeville, Greenwood, and Elbert counties until 7 PM today for heat indices nearing or exceeding 105 degrees.

Drier days lie ahead starting Thursday and lasting through Saturday - daytime highs will be near or slightly above average. Conditions turn unsettled and stormy again toward Sunday and into the first couple of days of next week. 

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