MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Expect on and off rain through this evening and for the Monday morning drive. One more day of 70s, before cooler air takes over by the New Year.
Scattered showers continue across the Pee Dee for the evening, but rain will start to enter the Grand Strand through the overnight, when our rain chances bump up to 60%. A few scattered showers remain Monday morning, but aren’t likely to cause any hiccups for your morning commute. Isolated rain chances last through lunch time, before the cold front pushes through by 4PM.
Clearing skies take over Monday night and cooler weather enters to cap off 2019 on Tuesday. Temperatures still stay above average close to 60, before cooling down by midnight Wednesday into the low 40s. A cool day for New Year’s Day Wednesday as temperatures reach the middle 50s. The cool spell will be short lived, as we climb into the 60s and 70s the rest of the week. Next rain chances arrive later Friday through Saturday morning.