MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) As the icy threat winds down in the Pee Dee the threat for some snow showers and snow flurries increases in the Pee Dee and close to the Grand Strand overnight and into Saturday morning.
The winter storm that we have dealt with all day Friday will continue to move up the east coast and behind it, cold air filters in. There will be a little bit of leftover moisture that could result in a few snow showers across the area. Mainly between the hours of 2 AM and noon. A few flurries could linger into the afternoon.
The threat of snow showers is not high but areas in the Pee Dee may pick up a dusting to as much as an inch of snow before all is set an done. The areas that are likely to see the most accumulations are those near the border in Scotland, Robeson, Marlboro, Dillon, Florence and Darlington counties. Closer to the beaches the threat for snow showers is very low but we could see a few flakes fly throughout the morning. Temperatures will be cold but will stay above freezing after sunrise, keeping the roads in okay shape. Overpasses and bridges will likely still see issues due to the icy conditions we experienced today.