FIRST ALERT: Backdoor front brings spotty showers for Monday
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - We’ll be dry this evening however that’s going to change after midnight. A back door cold front will bring spotty showers on Monday
We are going to be drier earlier this evening, however that’s going to change. Rain chances will be returning late tonight after 2am from our next storm system. Overnight lows will drop in the low to mid 70s in the Pee Dee
We’ll have a better chance in seeing rain on Monday. A back door cold front will bring spotty showers along the Grand Strand late Monday morning. This storm system will continue to push on shore. Inland areas will have their rain chances early afternoon. We’re not expecting an severe weather with this system. The showers will wrap up after dinner time.
THE TROPICS ARE BREWING
We’re now tracking 4 tropical waves in the Atlantic. One wave, has a 60% percent chance of development. That one has caught my attention because looking at the models, both the Euro and GFS show a strong development with that wave about 12 days from now. But again, models that are far out aren’t that accurate but it helps us understand what kind pattern we could see in the month of September. No need to be worried; It’s still far out and our entire WMBF First Alert Weather team will continue to keep you updated on the tropics
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