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Arctic air brings cooler temperatures

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(WMBF) "All of us turning much colder as we work our way to Tuesday and Wednesday as arctic air is driving its way off to the south," WMBF Meteorologist Jamie Arnold warns.

On Tuesday morning colder air creeps in with a gusty northwesterly wind and will continue into the day on Wednesday.

"Myrtle Beach, Conway and much of the Grand Strand struggling just to get above the 40 degree mark," Arnold says. "Once you head inland, north and west of I-95, Bennettsville, Dillon and Lumberton, not even going to get out of the 30s for high temperatures."

And heading into the night, temperatures only continue to drop. "That cold forecast tomorrow turns darn right frigid as we head into Tuesday night," Arnold cautions.

Inland areas can expect temperatures in the twenties on Tuesday from Marion to Florence and low to mid twenties all the way down to the beaches.

If you think this weather is cold, Arnold recalls record low temperatures at 4 below 0 in Darlington, 0 in Florence and 7 in Myrtle Beach on January 21, 1985.

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