FIRST ALERT: Cooler weather transitions to big warm up
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - Below normal temperatures stick around for another 24 hours before a big warm up arrives for the end of the week and into the weekend.
Clear skies and a light northerly wind will once again push temperatures well down into the lower to middle 40s tonight. Areas well inland, especially west of I-95 may see temperatures drop into the middle to upper 30s with some areas of patchy frost. A FROST ADVISORY is in effect for Scotland, Robeson, Dillon and Marlboro Counties.
After a chilly start to the day, temperatures will rebound into the 60s with plenty of sunshine. The Grand Strand will see temperatures reaching the lower to middle 60s while inland areas climb into the upper 60s.
INTO THE WEEKEND
Much warmer weather will gradually build into the region for the rest of the week and into the weekend. By Thursday afternoon temperatures will climb into the lower to middle 70s. Friday will see more 70s along the Grand Strand while inland areas hit 80.
The weekend is shaping up to perhaps be the warmest and driest so far this year. The beaches will continue to see temperatures both Saturday and Sunday reach into the middle to upper 70s while inland areas reach all the way into the lower to middle 80s.
The forecast remains rain-free through the weekend with the next chance of rain not arriving until Tuesday of next week.
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