FIRST ALERT: Typical summer weather pattern continues with warm, muggy day ahead

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The week of Fourth of July festivities features more heat to start, followed by fireworks from scattered storms by midweek.

We'll have to watch out for fog this morning. Any fog that develops will mix out by 8 a.m. Otherwise, it will be warm and muggy. 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.

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. Tuesday will be hot and humid again with only a 30 percent afternoon storm chance. 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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