MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The rest of Father’s Day will be calm and clear for any time out on the grill this evening. The next 48 hours remain dry and humid, but midweek the showers begin to arrive.
To start off Monday, morning temperatures stay a bit warmer, in the middle to low 70s. The high temperature in the afternoon climb into the upper 80s inland, low 80s along the coast. The humidity slowly moves in, making it feel a few degrees warmer. This will be a trend through the entire week, even getting close to feeling like 95-100 by midweek.
As for any relief from the summer humidity, there won’t be much rain to cool us off. Scattered shower chances arrive late Tuesday. They last on and off through Wednesday, with a few storms possible. Thursday and Friday feature isolated showers, but not enough to provide widespread relief. By Saturday drier air moves in, doing a 1-2 punch to both the humidity and rain chances.