FIRST ALERT: Stormy Saturday followed by a cool Sunday breeze

Sean's Weekend Forecast

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Scattered storms with spots of heavy rain continue this evening, but rain chances wind down overnight.

As the front moves through early Sunday, slightly drier and cooler weather will start to filter into the area and will help to drop the risk of showers to just 20% during the day Sunday. Skies will remain mostly cloudy at times and gusty northeast wind will develop at 15 to 25 mph at times. Temperatures will also fall with highs only in the lower 80s.

A clearer and more pleasant start greets us for the start of the work week. Lower humidity moves in for the first couple days of the week. The heat slowly starts to return by midweek, with temperatures into the middle to upper 80s by Wednesday. Isolated rain chances also reappear through the second half of the work week.

The cold front will weaken and push off shore on Sunday. Cooler temperatures and slightly lower humidity move in with just a few showers at times.
The cold front will weaken and push off shore on Sunday. Cooler temperatures and slightly lower humidity move in with just a few showers at times. (Source: WMBF)

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