MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The rain has cleared out, leaving us with cloudy skies and cooler temperatures heading into the work week.
Tonight the clouds keep our temperatures in the middle to low 40s, but drop into the middle 30s by daybreak Monday morning. With light winds, frost is unlikely to develop, but you’ll still need the winter jacket for the morning commute, as well as the evening drive home. High temperatures Monday won’t even reach 50.
Another chilly night heading into Tuesday morning with similar lows in the middle to upper 30s. Some areas closer to the coast could squeak out a 50 Tuesday afternoon, but we remain below average for the first half of the week.
Milder changes move in through midweek. After a chilly Wednesday morning in the 30s, we bounce back to average temperatures into the middle 50s both Wednesday and Thursday afternoon.
Mostly sunny and dry skies continue through the entire work week. That shows signs of changing by the weekend as a strong cold front arrives with rain later Saturday and overnight into Sunday morning. Behind this front will be some of the coldest air moves in for the following Monday.