FIRST ALERT: Frost possible, brisk Wednesday ahead
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - A shot a colder weather moves in tonight through Thursday.
A reinforcing shot of colder temperatures will blow into the Carolinas tonight and linger through Wednesday and Thursday.
A gusty wind this evening will usher in the next round of colder temperatures with readings dropping into the upper 30s along the Grand Strand and into the lower to middle 30s across the Pee Dee. Patchy frost will be likely for areas west of the waterway.
Wednesday will be a brisk day with sunny skies and breezy winds. Despite the sunshine, temperatures will only climb into the lower 50s.
Cold weather will settle in once again for Wednesday night as temperatures drop to near freezing across the Pee Dee and into the middle to upper 30s along the coast. Another round of frost and even a light freeze is likely for areas away from the beaches.
Temperatures will start to moderate by Thursday with afternoon temperatures climbing to 60. The weekend will see the warmer weather continuing with afternoon temperatures reaching into the lower 70s under mostly sunny skies.
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