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FIRST ALERT: Dense fog ahead for travelers hitting the roads Monday morning

Fog developing early Monday morning just before sunrise (WMBF) Fog developing early Monday morning just before sunrise (WMBF)
Stubborn fog still around through 7AM commute (WMBF) Stubborn fog still around through 7AM commute (WMBF)
Fog begins to lift out by mid morning around 9AM Fog begins to lift out by mid morning around 9AM
Heat index continues to climb near 100 the next couple days (WMBF) Heat index continues to climb near 100 the next couple days (WMBF)
Regional travel forecast for Wednesday July 4. (WMBF) Regional travel forecast for Wednesday July 4. (WMBF)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - If you are looking to get into, out of, or around town tomorrow morning, be aware that dense fog is likely. 

The unforgiving humidity and the calm winds will give us a high risk for dense fog both along the coast and inland. The fog will begin to develop in the early morning hours around 4AM and likely last about an hour or two after sunrise near 9AM. 

Temperatures continue to remain hot in the middle to low 90s throughout Monday afternoon. The heat index continues to climb near 100 with low chances for any rainy relief. IF a shower does develop, it would be into the middle of the day and afternoon. Rain chances remain about 20% in the afternoon, with a lowering chance into the evening.

Tuesday will be a dry day, but still keeping the heat streak rolling on. Highs again will reach into the 90s and heat index will be near 100. 

Brief relief arrives by Wednesday. We will notice a dip in the humidity, meaning the heat index will go down into the middle 90s. Storm chances are trending up, especially into the afternoon and evening. Have the WMBF First Alert Weather App's radar handy for any outdoor plans you have for the Fourth of July!

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