MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - Temperatures are off to a crisp fall start this morning with mid to upper 50s along the Grand Strand and lower to middle 50s inland.
With plenty of sunshine, temperatures will climb into the upper 70s to around 80 by this afternoon.
Both Saturday and Sunday will see temperatures warming a bit with afternoon readings from near 80 on the beaches to the lower 80s well inland. Skies will remain sunny on Saturday with a gradual increase in clouds by Sunday.
A cold front will make it’s way into the Carolinas late Sunday through early next week and then stall out for a couple of days. That will bring the rain chances back into the forecast with scattered showers and storms both Monday and Tuesday. Much needed rainfall is expected with most of the area seeing around 1″ of rain.
The rain will exit by mid-week with our next round of cooler weather moving in. Expect to see another drop in temperatures by the end of next week.