FIRST ALERT: Turning cooler and a bit less humid
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - A cold front will deliver cooler temperatures and lower humidity for the next several days.
Showers will continue at times through the late evening with just an isolated thunderstorm or two possible as a cold front enters the area. Temperatures tonight will drop into the upper 60s to lower 70s.
By sunrise Wednesday, the cold front will be pushing off shore with cooler temperatures and lower humidity moving in through the day. Clouds will linger at times through the afternoon with just a 20% chance of a stray shower or two near the beaches. With mostly cloudy skies and a northeast wind, afternoon temperatures will only climb to around 80.
Thursday will see a similar forecast with lower humidity and lingering clouds. It will be a rain-free day with afternoon temperatures in the lower 80s.
Humidity will start to increase again on Friday as temperatures return to the middle to upper 80s. With more humidity in place, a few pop up showers and storms will be possible.
The upcoming weekend will feature typical summer weather with high humidity, a few pop up storms at times and temperatures in the 80s at the beach to near 90 inland.
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