MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A Freeze WARNING has been issued for Sunday morning as the frost threat returns.
Temperatures quickly tumble overnight, falling to around 35° along the Grand Strand, 32° just a few miles inland from the coast. As the winds relax, it will allow frost to develop Sunday morning, likely widespread.
A few clouds arrive late in the day but most of Sunday looks sunny. Temperature rebound nicely after a chilly start, climbing to 58° Sunday afternoon.
Spring-like warmth filters in next week as afternoon highs approach 70° each afternoon throuigh Friday. The clouds begin to filter in with the first chance of rain arriving Tuesday in the form of some scattered showers.
A better chance of rain arrives early Thursday morning but evening then, not much heavy rain is expected. Most spots see well less than 1″ of rain over the next week.