MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - After a wonderful Saturday, Sunday will shape up to be a bit wetter especially heading into the evening.
Tonight expect warm temperatures and clear skies.
Clouds gradually enter the picture by tomorrow morning with temperatures expected to stay in the mid to low 60S. A smaller chance of a shower before noon across the Grand Strand, with better chances arriving after noon. By the evening, everyone should be seeing wet weather that will all through the night.
Sunday night's storms have the potential for gusty winds and some thunder, but the overall severe weather threat will be low.
Rain will still be in the picture for a rather gloomy Monday. The Low pressure system causing these showers is slow to move out of the area. Temperatures will be much cooler in the upper 60s with gray and drizzly skies. Monday night begins to see the shower chances go down, but a lingering shower early Tuesday morning is possible.
After Monday, dry skies are the rest of next week as temperatures begin to rebound back into the 80s by mid week.