FIRST ALERT: Chilly air locked in place for the weekend.

Published: Nov. 9, 2019 at 5:24 PM EST
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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The chill remains in the air tonight as temperatures tumble thanks to the clear skies. Overnight lows Sunday morning are in the middle 30s inland and closer to 40 along the coast.

We’ll turn warmer by the afternoon. Mostly sunny skies continue, helping boost the afternoon highs back into the middle 60s.

We’ll continue to warm-up early next week, approaching 70° Monday afternoon. It won’t last long as the next cold front arrives Tuesday. Rain arrives Tuesday, followed by our next big drop. Temperatures won’t climb out of the 40s by Wednesday afternoon.

The middle of the week remains chilly, as morning lows Wednesday and Thursday stay in the 30s along the coast and upper 20s inland! Another round of rain begins later Thursday through Friday and brings the temperatures closer to normal in the 60s by next weekend.

More rounds of frost likely
More rounds of frost likely(WMBF)

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