FIRST ALERT: Unsettled pattern continues with daily rain chances

Unsettled pattern continues with daily rain chances

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The dense fog advisory has been extended until Noon today as it continues to cause some problems on the road. In addition, the heavy rain has moved in with the scattered showers and will continue throughout the day. You can view the latest radar here.

The advisory for the dense fog has been extended until Noon today.
The advisory for the dense fog has been extended until Noon today. (Source: WMBF)

The stationary front to our northwest will keep today’s forecast unsettled once again. In fact, this is the trend for the next couple of days. Look for more scattered showers today, similar to what we saw on Sunday. It’s not a washout but showers are possible through most of the day at 60% for both Myrtle Beach and Florence.

The front to our northwest is stalled out and bringing warmth and daily rain chances for the next couple of days.
The front to our northwest is stalled out and bringing warmth and daily rain chances for the next couple of days. (Source: WMBF)

Highs today will remain warm thanks to the southwesterly winds. Look for the low-mid 70s today with mostly cloudy skies.

Highs will reach the low-mid 70s today with mostly cloudy skies. Scattered showers are expected today but it will not be a washout.
Highs will reach the low-mid 70s today with mostly cloudy skies. Scattered showers are expected today but it will not be a washout. (Source: WMBF)

The next couple of days will feature the rain chances and warm temperatures. Until we get a good push from a cold front, you can expect this daily rain chance with warm temperature pattern to continue. Highs will remain in the low-mid 70s through Thursday with daily rain chances throughout the work week.

Today's chances have increased to 60% with scattered showers and storms already impacting many of us.
Today's chances have increased to 60% with scattered showers and storms already impacting many of us. (Source: WMBF)

Tuesday will feature the best chances north of the Grand Strand but an isolated shower cannot be ruled out. On Thursday, outside of a stray shower or two, we should begin to dry out as the cold front finally swings through the area. This will not only bring clearing skies late on Thursday but it will also bring the cooler weather, briefly.

Look for highs in the 70s through the next couple of days before the cold front brings temperatures back to average, briefly.
Look for highs in the 70s through the next couple of days before the cold front brings temperatures back to average, briefly. (Source: WMBF)

Another quick-hitting system looks to bring warmer air and rain chances on Saturday before another cool down by the end of the weekend. Here comes the up and down pattern toward the end of the week.

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