First Alert: Warming trend continues through most of the week

A calm start to week is expected with partly cloudy skies.

Andrew's Monday, April 22, AM forecast

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - It’s another cool start along the Grand Strand and areas inland this morning. While you might have the light jacket on as you head to work, it will be perfect weather for the commute home.

Afternoon highs today will continue to climb with high pressure slowly working into the region. Partly cloudy skies and highs in the lower 70s will be the main story along the beaches today. Look for those temperatures to be warmer around Florence with readings in the upper 70s for highs.

Highs will climb into the mid-upper 70s inland. Look for the lower 70s along the coast.
Highs will climb into the mid-upper 70s inland. Look for the lower 70s along the coast.

If you are looking for a good day to get out and enjoy the weather, you don’t have to look any further than the next three. Highs will continue to climb through Wednesday, eventually topping out in the upper 70s to lower 80s for the coast. Inland areas will top out in the mid 80s by the middle of the work week.

Warmer weather is expected for most of the week before rain chances return.
Warmer weather is expected for most of the week before rain chances return.

Another nice trend we continue to monitor is the lack of rain chances in the forecast. Models like the idea of a system arriving early Friday, bringing scattered rain chances throughout the day. As humidity works back into the forecast, those scattered chances look common for the end of the work week. If anything changes, of course, we will be sure to let you know.

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