FIRST ALERT: Shower chances Sunday, followed by 70s soon

Cooler and calmer Saturday ahead

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - Tonight temperatures will be quite cold with lower 30s inland and middle 30s along the Grand Strand. Areas of frost will be likely early Sunday morning, especially in inland Horry County and in the Pee Dee. Temperatures rebound some Sunday afternoon, reaching into the upper 50s to near 60.

Clouds will thicken through the day on Sunday. As moisture increases by the mid to late afternoon, areas of mist and drizzle and a few light showers will be possible especially near the beaches.

A big warm up early next week will send temperatures into the lower 70s by Monday and Tuesday, but the warmth will also bring mostly cloudy skies and the risk of a few showers from time to time.

While Wednesday and Thursday are drier, the temperatures quickly fall behind the front. Highs midweek only reach into the low 50s and even upper 40s. Late week will be something to watch gong forward. Rain likely begins Friday and lasts into Saturday, but the timing and the temperatures will be key in how everything plays out.

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