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Continued calm through the week, with 70s in sight soon.

Published: Dec. 25, 2019 at 5:05 PM EST
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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Calmer skies remain for the rest of Christmas and for the rest of the week. A gradual warm up takes shape heading into the weekend.

CHRISTMAS EVENING

Clear skies continue the rest of tonight, with temperatures dipping into the 50s after dinner time and lows in the middle to low 40s by Thursday morning.

REST OF THE WEEK

The clouds begin to filter back in after Christmas, especially by Friday. Rain chances remain low but an isolated shower can’t be ruled out by Friday afternoon. We’ll continue with the warmer-than-normal temperatures as afternoon highs climb into the middle 60s.

THIS WEEKEND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK

More cloud arrive this weekend ahead of our next cold front. This system will swing by late on Sunday and provide a round of rain late Sunday and into early Monday morning. Temperatures continue to climb this weekend with afternoon highs hitting 70° on Sunday! The rain quickly clears out Monday as colder weather moves in. Afternoon temperatures tumble back into the 50s.

NEW YEAR’S EVE

You’ll need the jackets if you’re headed out New Year’s Eve! By midnight, temperatures will be falling to right around 40°. Good news is rain chances look very low with clear skies to kick off the new year.

Take the jackets!
Take the jackets!

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