FIRST ALERT: High humidity and pop up showers return
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - The lower humidity and comfortable temperatures of the last few days will be replaced by increasing humidity and the risk of pop up showers and storms at times.
Tonight will see humidity gradually increasing especially near sunrise. Temperatures tonight will drop into the middle to upper 70s.
As a surge of high humidity and moisture moves in from the Atlantic on Friday, humidity levels will shoot up and rain chances will increase. The best chance of passing showers and a few storms will be through the first half of the day along the beaches where downpours could start as early as sunrise. By the afternoon, coastal rain chances will start to drop and shift further inland. Temperatures will climb into the lower to middle 80s.
Saturday will see a similar trend with pop up showers and storms possible at times and temperatures returning to the middle and upper 80s. The chance of rain on Saturday is 40%.
The upper atmosphere will dry out just a bit on Sunday allowing rain chances to drop to just 20%.
Next week features typical mid summer weather with daytime temperatures in the middle to upper 80s, plenty of humidity and the risk of a few passing showers and storms at times.
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