FIRST ALERT: Rain chances lingering this week
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - It’s going to be a warm and humid evening. Rain chances will linger this week.
We’ll continue to see chances for spotty showers and storms this evening. However, once the sunset, this will limit thunderstorm development. Tonight, we see mostly cloudy skies with a chance for an isolated storm. It will be a warm and humid night with overnight lows dropping in the low 70s across the Pee Dee.
For your Monday morning’s commute, we start the day with mostly cloudy skies with temperatures in the upper 60s across the Pee Dee. We’ll see plenty of cloudy tomorrow afternoon with chances for spotty showers and storms. The showers are coming from a weak cold front that will be moving in Monday afternoon and will leave the area by Tuesday afternoon. The severe threat from this system is very low, mainly due to the heavy cloud cover. In addition, this keep temperatures in the low 80s in the Grand Strand and upper 80s inland
RAIN CHANCES STICKING AROUND:
Thanks to that stalled front, heavy cloudy cover will keep our temperatures cooler compared to the past couple of the days. Highs will be near 80 degrees across the Pee Dee. However, we will continue to stay humid. Chances for spotty showers will continue for Tuesday. Tuesday night, the stalled front will finally leave our area. Sunshine moves in by midweek. This will help temperatures warm back up in the mid 80s and we will see chances for afternoon pop-up storms through the end of the week.
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