FIRST ALERT: Showers clearing late this evening with cooler temps
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Showers will wrap up shortly after midnight with cooler temperatures in store for Sunday
Cooler air prevails, winds will begin to shift out of the Northeast. This will drop our overnight lows in the mid 50s all across the Pee Dee. Now with the Northwest winds will bring in moisture from the Atlantic and this will keep us cloudy on Mother’s Day. We’re not expecting any showers on Mother’s Day however it will be cooler. Tomorrow’s high will be in the low 60s across our area.
We’ll start the work week with mostly sunny skies and cooler temperatures. Monday we’ll see highs near 70 with clear skies. Tuesday, high temperatures will be in the low 70s in the Grand Strand and mid 70s inland with sunny skies. Wednesday, high temperatures will be in the mid 70s across the Pee Dee with plenty of sunshine. Rain chances are going to pick up by the end of the work week.
EARLY TROPICAL DEVELOPMENT
We are almost three weeks away from the start of hurricane season and the models are hinting early tropical development next week. The good new, the tropical low is very weak and disorganized however, it will provide strong rip currents along the Carolina coastlines and will help rain chances to linger by the end of the week. We will keep you updated with the latest details.
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