FIRST ALERT: Showers remain through Friday
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Low pressure located near the coast will drift around through Friday allowing rain chances to continue before a drying trend arrives by the weekend.
Skies will remain mostly cloudy overnight with bouts of showers at times and the risk of an isolated thunderstorm or two. Temperatures will drop into the lower to middle 60s.
Low pressure will start to move into the Carolinas on Friday with enough lingering moisture in a southerly flow to keep rain chances around. Showers and a thunderstorms or two will be possible at any point during the day but the best chance will be from midday through the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will warm into the lower to middle 70s. If you have plans for Friday, you’ll want to keep that First Alert Weather App nearby.
Low pressure will weaken and pull away from the area through the weekend resulting in lower rain chances. Just a 20% risk of a shower or storm is in the forecast for both Saturday and Sunday. High temperatures will warm from near 80 on Saturday into the lower and middle 80s on Sunday.
ANOTHER TASTE OF SUMMER
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