FIRST ALERT: First frost of the season on the way for many
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The chilliest air so far this season will continue to settle in with many spots away from the beaches seeing the first frost of the season tonight.
A FROST ADVISORY remains in place for all inland areas tonight into Wednesday morning. With clear skies and nearly calm winds, temperatures will fall very quickly overnight. By daybreak, temperatures away from the beaches will drop all the way into the lower to middle 30s.
Scattered areas of frost are likely for most inland areas. The beaches will escape the frost, but will still be chilly with morning temperatures near 40.
After a chilly start to the day, temperatures will climb to around 60 by the afternoon under plenty of sunny skies and light wind.
REST OF THE WEEK
Another round of clear and cold weather is on tap for Wednesday night with another round of patchy frost likely for inland areas. Temperatures will gradually start to warm up through the end of the week and into the weekend. By Saturday and Sunday, afternoon temperatures will return to the lower and middle 70s. More clouds are likely this weekend along with the risk of a stray shower on Sunday.
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