FIRST ALERT: Skies turn brighter to end the work week
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Even with cooler temperatures today and tomorrow, we’re still above normal for the the start of November and this pattern will take a bit to flip before we see any true signs of fall.
Temperatures will be comfortable today. A mix of sun and clouds will allow for brighter skies as highs reach the low-mid 70s, just a few degrees cooler than the last several days. The forecast remains rain-free through the day.
Mild temperatures will continue through Thursday with our “coolest” day of the week. Highs will fall into the lower 70s for the area with mostly sunny skies once again. If you plan on heading out to CCU for the big football game, the forecast looks great for the black out at Brooks Stadium.
INTO THE WEEKEND
Another warm up arrives by Friday and into the weekend as temperatures once again return to the upper 70s near 80 along with an increase in humidity. A southerly wind will help to increase the humidity and also bring a slight chance of a stray shower or two at times.
We added a 20% chance of rain for both Saturday and Sunday, but don’t expect much from this. Better rain chances are likely to develop by early next week as moisture streams in from the Atlantic.
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