FIRST ALERT: Clearing skies and turning colder

FIRST ALERT: Clearing skies and turning colder
Clearing and turning colder. (Source: WMBF)

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - Scattered showers and cloudy skies will give way to clearing and colder weather through the middle of the week.

A few scattered showers will remain possible through the evening hours with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the lower 50s.

A surge of colder and dryer weather will move into the region overnight bringing an end to scattered showers and clearing out the skies. Temperatures will fall fast tonight and end up in the lower 30s by daybreak Tuesday.

Clearing and turning colder.
Clearing and turning colder. (Source: WMBF)

Tuesday will turn out to be a sunny but cold day as afternoon temperatures only reach the upper 40s.

Another round of very cold weather settles in for Tuesday night with temperatures along the Grand Strand dropping to around the freezing mark and inland areas dropping into the upper 20s.

Milder weather will start to return by the middle and end of the week with daytime temperatures on Wednesday reaching the 50s and then all the way to 60 by Thursday. The upcoming weekend will be mild with temperatures in the 60s, but the warmth will be accompanied by mostly cloudy skies and a few light showers at times.

Highs will climb as we head into the end of the week after a drop in temperatures tomorrow.
Highs will climb as we head into the end of the week after a drop in temperatures tomorrow. (Source: WMBF)

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