MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - An active weather pattern will send temperatures soaring on Tuesday followed by another round of rain and colder temperatures.
Tonight will see cloudy skies, a little drizzle and areas of fog developing at times. Milder weather will work into the region and result in temperatures that actually climb through the night. By daybreak Tuesday, temperatures will be near 60 in most areas.
Tuesday will see mostly cloudy skies and spring-like warmth as temperatures soar to 70 along the beaches and into the lower 70s in the Pee Dee. A few showers will be possible at times.
Another round of cooler weather and rain will start to arrive Tuesday night and Wednesday as another round of soaking rain returns. The steadiest rain will arrive through the day on Wednesday with temperatures only in the middle to upper 50s.
Rain will start to taper off late Wednesday night and Thursday as much colder and dryer weather returns. While a stray shower will be possible early Thursday morning, sunshine will return by the afternoon. Gusty winds will deliver the next round of chill with afternoon temperatures only in the upper 40s.