FIRST ALERT: Rain moves in Monday, Followed by Fall(ing) Temperatures

FIRST ALERT: Rain moves in Monday, Followed by Fall(ing) Temperatures
Rain Planner Monday Afternoon
Rain Planner Monday Afternoon
Rain Planner Monday Evening
Rain Planner Monday Evening

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - A cold front is poised to put an end to our summer weather trend tomorrow.

Starting Monday morning, clouds continue to fill in with warmer temperatures near 70. By about 10AM, expect light rain beginning in Hartsville, Darlington and areas west of I-95.

More showers increase in coverage through the afternoon across both Florence and stretch into Marion County and Inland Horry County through the later afternoon. Rain lingers along the beaches through about 6PM.

The showers completely clear out overnight into Tuesday morning, where we will notice cool temperatures in play through the rest of the week. Highs will be close to 70, while overnight temperatures will hover in the upper 40s and low 50s.

As high pressure remains in firm control, expect rain free conditions from Tuesday all the way through next weekend.