MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - This cooler weather pattern isn’t going anywhere as we struggle to climb out of the 50s each afternoon of the first half of this week.
Monday morning will start off with clearing skies and cooler temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s. The winds will pick up through the day, and continue to stir up the pollen. High temperatures get just over 60 degrees.
A small frost threat returns as well as temperatures fall into the 30s starting Tuesday morning across inland areas. Another round of patchy frost is possible inland on Wednesday morning as well, before milder temperatures take over next week. The chances for frost remain small because the winds could be breezy and there is a lack of moisture in the atmosphere, which both limit frost chances.
Even the afternoon temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday will struggle in the middle to upper 50s.
Rain chances look very low with no rain expected at least through next week. Temperatures gradually warm up starting Thursday and we stay in the middle to upper 60s through next weekend.