FIRST ALERT: Wednesday will be the warmest day of the week
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Wednesday will see the warmest temperatures this week ahead of a weak cold front that moves into the region Wednesday night.
A few areas of fog are likely to develop once again tonight, but not be as thick or as widespread as Monday night into Tuesday morning. Temperatures tonight will drop into the lower 50s well inland and upper 50s across the Grand Strand.
Wednesday will feature a warm up that will send temperatures to near 80 for the beaches. Inland areas will have a few spots that will touch 80°. A weak cold front will move through the region Wednesday night and could bring a sprinkle or two for some areas Wednesday afternoon and evening. The risk of a sprinkle or brief light shower is only 20%.
REST OF THE WEEK
Behind the front, seasonably cool weather returns for the end of the week and into the weekend. High temperatures will drop into the middle 70s on Friday and lower 70s over the weekend. Most of the region will remain dry through the weekend with the exception of late Sunday when a few light showers will become possible.
Looking ahead to Halloween, the forecast starts to become a bit more complicated as low pressure may deliver rain to the region. Showers are looking more likely at times on Halloween but widespread and heavy rain does not look likely at this point.
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