FIRST ALERT: Near record heat by end the week
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - High pressure system will build in tomorrow bringing in near record breaking temperatures across the Pee Dee
Temperatures will stay comfortable this evening. Overnight lows will cool down in the mid 60s in the Grand Strand and low 60s inland. The weather will also stay quiet with clear skies. After midnight, the winds are going to shift out from the southwest. This will bring warmer air by tomorrow.
High pressure will return to the area, allowing winds to quickly shift out of the southeast through the middle of the week before the southerly winds pump in for Thursday and Friday. Highs on Wednesday will reach the mid 80s on the beaches with the lower 90s inland. Another day of sunshine will provide for not only a nice day but the humidity will begin to increase.
HIGH HUMIDITY & RECORD HIGHS
The warmest days of the week arrive for Thursday and Friday with records in jeopardy and this forecast feeling more like June or July. Highs inland will reach the upper 90s putting records in jeopardy dating back to the 1960s! On the beaches, highs will remain warm with the upper 80s for both Thursday and Friday. That record temperature on Thursday is in jeopardy, dating back to 2001.
It’s going to be a warm stretch for the rest of the work week. We’ll remain warm through the weekend but scattered showers and storms will return for both Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Eventually, an approaching cold front will bring back the 70s by next week.
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