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FIRST ALERT: Roller coaster of rain chances through the week

Rain chances through the next 5 days Rain chances through the next 5 days
Only spotty rain chances Monday afternoon Only spotty rain chances Monday afternoon
Scattered showers possible by Tuesday afternoon Scattered showers possible by Tuesday afternoon
Lighter and lower rain chances through Wednesday. Lighter and lower rain chances through Wednesday.
Best chance of storms all week is trending to be on Thursday. Best chance of storms all week is trending to be on Thursday.

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Tropical moisture continues to fuel an increase in humidity and scattered rain chances through the work week.

Tonight expect muggy air to remain in place. Tomorrow morning starts off dry with low temperatures still warm in the upper 60s. The only rain chances in play on Monday would be a spotty afternoon shower or storm. 

Tuesday sees a slight increase in rain coverage into the afternoon. It won't be a washout, but scattered shower chances stand at about 40% for the Grand Strand and Pee Dee. There's a slight lull with only lighter rain likely midweek on Wednesday. That is until rain and storm chances return again and ramp up Thursday afternoon. 

This trend of spotty showers and summer-like humidity likely continue into next weekend.  

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