FIRST ALERT: Mild weekend on the way, fall cold snap next week
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Clear skies and mild weather will continue through the weekend ahead of a fall cold snap on the way for the middle of next week.
A stellar fall night is on tap with clear skies and fast-falling temperatures. Friday night football games look great with temperatures slipping into the 60s for game time. Temperatures will continue to fall fast with overnight lows in the lower 50s along the Grand Strand and upper 40s inland.
After a cool start to the day, temperatures will warm quickly on Saturday with plenty of sunshine. Afternoon temperatures will climb into the lower to middle 70s making for the perfect day to be outside for all of the events taking place.
Sunday will see another round of sunny skies and slightly warmer temperatures. After starting the day in the 50s, afternoon temperatures will climb into the upper 70s to near 80.
FALL COLD SNAP
A stronger cold front will move through the region early next week. This front will usher in the coolest weather so far this season. By next Tuesday and Wednesday, afternoon temperatures will only reach the lower 60s. Overnights will turn chilly with temperatures along the Grand Strand dropping into the lower 40s with mid to upper 30s looking likely inland.
This could bring the first frost of the season to parts of the Pee Dee.
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