FIRST ALERT: Get ready for the coldest Christmas since 1999
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Thanks to that arctic cold front temperatures are going to be way below normal for your Christmas Weekend
Santa will have no problems flying in the Pee Dee. We’ll continue to have clear skies and frigid temperatures. Overnight lows are going to drop in the low 20s with wind chills in the teens.
When your opening up presents this morning, temperatures are going to continue to stay cold in the 20s. Temperatures will warm up above freezing this afternoon with highs reaching in the upper 30s. This will be coldest Christmas since 1999, our high temperature that day was 38 degrees. Sunshine continues for Christmas day as well.
WARMER WEATHER RETURNS
If you’re not a fan of the cold temperatures, I have good news for you. Temperatures are going to be warming back up this week. Temperatures are going warm up in the mid to upper 40s for the first half of the work week. However, by New Years weekend, we’ll be in the upper 60s and possible 70s in parts of the Pee Dee.
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