MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Overnight and into early Monday morning, the rain chances ramp up. Steady showers are likely in the early morning hours, with scattered showers still lingering through the Monday morning commute.
A minor Kings tide will also be in play along the coast, at similar levels to where the water reached Sunday morning. High tide Monday morning is around 9:18 AM.
The rain subsides as we head through lunchtime, leading to drier skies and milder temperatures for the afternoon.
The warmer weather will continue into Monday before our next big drop arrives next week. Highs Monday afternoon will range in the middle to upper 60s. We take the cold turn Monday night as a lot of the area will struggle to climb out of the 40s by Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
Overnight lows are also chilly through the middle of the week. The Grand Strand will start off with temperatures in the middle 30s, while the Pee Dee will spend Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings below freezing.