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Isolated storms tonight with drier air moving in Thursday

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A few isolated showers will be possible through this evening before some drier air moves in for Thursday, said WMBF Storm Team Meteorologist Robert Whitehurst. Temperatures will cool into the upper 60s tonight before warming into the middle 80s for Thursday afternoon. Rain chances will remain low for Thursday.

Tropics: Tropical Depression Two is moving into the Bay of Campeche. While over water in the bay it could strengthen and become Tropical Storm Barry, making landfall in Mexico as a Tropical Storm.

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