FIRST ALERT: Clouds and cooler temperatures hang around through the weekend
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Mostly cloudy skies will hang around at times through the weekend along with cooler temperatures. Despite the clouds, very little rain is expected.
Northeast winds behind a cold front have locked in a layer of low level moisture in the form of mostly cloudy skies. These clouds will hang around at times through the weekend resulting in a mostly cloudy forecast.
Mostly cloudy skies will linger through the night as northeast winds continue to pump in seasonably cool air. Temperatures will drop into the middle 50s at the beach and lower 50s inland.
Mostly cloudy skies will linger on Friday with a few peeks of sunshine from time to time. The mostly cloudy skies and lingering northeast wind will keep temperatures rather cool again with afternoon readings in the upper 60s.
Have plans for the weekend? Mostly cloudy skies will be likely for both Saturday and Sunday but the rain chances remain minimal. High temperatures on Saturday will climb to around 70. By Sunday, temperatures will climb into the lower 70s.
A surge of moisture from the Atlantic may produce a few light showers at times on Sunday, but the risk of rain is only 20% and no heavy rain is expected.
The same surge of moisture will also keep a few light showers in the forecast for Halloween, but will also help to boost temperatures. It will be a warm and rather humid Halloween with a 30% of some light showers at times. Temperatures will climb into the upper 70s to near 80 inland. Trick or treaters will be greeted by temperatures in the lower 70s, mostly cloudy skies and a lingering risk of one or two light showers.
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