FIRST ALERT: Sunday marks 7th day stretch of heat advisories
Small silver lining of an isolated storm or shower Sunday afternoon.
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Dangerous heat is on repeat this weekend has the heat index climbs above 105° again Sunday afternoon.
The rest of tonight will stay steamy, most areas still feeling in the 90s through 10PM. By tomorrow morning, we still stay muggy, but that will really ramp up like clockwork after 10AM. Expect the heat index to hit 90° by 10 AM, and then push into the 105° - 110° range through the afternoon. Don’t expect much relief from rain chances this weekend. Only expecting an isolated shower or storm through Sunday.
Another few rounds of heat advisories will be likely Monday and possibly Tuesday as the heat index again approaches 100° to 105°. Stray shower chances remain both days, but it’ll be Tuesday night that we start to see the main event for relief, a cold front, begin to arrive.
A cold front is set to arrive in the Carolinas on Tuesday of next week, sticking around for a couple of days. This will increase the cloud cover with scattered showers and storms looking likely. This added cloud cover will finally allow the temperatures to cool off a bit through next week.
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