FIRST ALERT: Drier and warmer through the weekend
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Low pressure will weaken and move away from the region on Saturday resulting in brighter skies and lower rain chances through the weekend.
Mostly cloudy skies will continue this evening through tonight with the risk of scattered showers and storms at times. Temperatures tonight will be mild with overnight readings in the middle 60s.
The low pressure will weaken and pull away from the area through the weekend resulting in lower rain chances.
The best chances for a few showers or storms on Saturday will be before sunrise. After that, 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. We’ll hold onto a mix of sun and clouds through the weekend with increasing temperatures.
EARLY TASTE OF SUMMER
Temperatures will warm considerably next week with daytime temperatures maxing out in the middle 80s along the Grand Strand and soaring into the lower 90s inland. Some areas could even see temperatures in the mid 90s by the end of next week. Along with the building heat, the overall forecast remains dry with just a stray afternoon storm possible by Thursday.
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