MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Unseasonably warm weather will continue through the rest of the week before the risk of showers and a few storms arrives by the weekend.
Areas of fog will be locally dense at times through the morning commute with some areas seeing visibility reduced to a quarter of a mile or less. Early morning temperatures will start off in the middle and upper 60s.
Fog will quickly burn off through the morning and give way to mostly sunny skies and another round of warm temperatures. Inland areas will see readings climb all the way into the upper 80s while the beaches see afternoon temperatures in the lower 80s.
Another round of patchy fog will develop tonight as temperatures remain mild - in the middle 60s.
Temperatures will warm further on Wednesday with inland areas seeing temperatures hit 90 degrees for the first time this year. The Grand Strand will see afternoon temperatures in the lower 80s.
Thursday and Friday will see the continued warm weather, but humidity will gradually start to increase. By Friday, a stray shower or afternoon storm will be possible.
By the weekend, a weak cold front will slowly push across the Carolinas. The front, when combined with warm temperatures and humidity, will spark of a few areas of showers and storms. Rain chances range from 20% on Friday to 40% by Sunday. No severe weather or washouts are expected for the weekend. Temperatures will cool a bit thanks to more clouds and a few passing downpours. Temperatures both Saturday and Sunday will reach the lower to middle 80s.