FIRST ALERT: Good chance of rain continues Wednesday
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A humid and active weather pattern will continue to bring chances of much needed rain.
A stalled front near the coast and copious amounts of moisture surging into the region will keep the risk of showers and storms going through the day Wednesday. Like Tuesday, the best chance of rain will likely arrive through the first part of the day. Rain chances will reach as high as 60% with temperatures once again held down into the lower 80s.
REST OF THE WEEK
While the front moves south, Thursday and Friday will continue to see the risk of pop up showers and storms, although chances will be a bit lower. The risk of rain is 20% on Thursday and up to 40% on Friday. Temperatures will climb into the middle 80s at the beach and upper 80s inland with plenty of lingering humidity.
The rainfall forecast through the end of the week varies from around an inch from the GFS model to as much as two to three inches from the EURO. On average, most areas will likely see about an inch of rain. Rainfall deficits continue to run from 3 inches to as much as 8 inches in some areas and any rainfall will be a welcome relief.
JULY 4TH WEEKEND
The long holiday weekend will feature plenty of seasonable warmth and humidity from Saturday through Monday the 4th. With the high humidity in place, a 30% chance of pop up showers and storms will remain in the forecast.
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