FIRST ALERT: Spring-like temperatures to finish the week

Fair skies and mild.
Fair skies and mild.(WMBF)
Published: Jan. 17, 2023 at 3:45 AM EST|Updated: Jan. 17, 2023 at 3:24 PM EST
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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Fair skies and mild weather will linger for the rest of the work week. Heavy rain is possible by the end of the weekend.


A sprinkle or light shower will be possible through the late evening hours along with mostly cloudy skies. The forecast turns rain-free after midnight, but areas of fog are likely by daybreak Wednesday. Temperatures tonight will drop into the lower 50s.

Areas of fog are likely.
Areas of fog are likely.(WMBF)


Warmer weather will continue to move into the region through Wednesday and Thursday. Afternoon temperatures will reach the upper 60s on Wednesday with fair skies. Thursday will be the warmest day of the week as afternoon readings climb into the lower 70s inland and to near 70 at the beaches. A stray sprinkle or two will be possible on Tuesday.

Mild, but slightly cooler weather arrives on Friday with afternoon temperatures slipping into the lower 60s.

Spring-like warmth on the way.
Spring-like warmth on the way.(WMBF)


Saturday will be the day for outdoor plans this weekend. Clouds will move in, but the day will be dry. Temperatures on Saturday will start off near 40 and then climb into the lower and middle 50s as skies turn overcast.

A moisture-laden area of low pressure will push through the Deep South and into the Carolinas on Sunday bringing the potential for a washout. The details are still fuzzy, but periods of heavy rain appear possible during the day Sunday and into Sunday evening. Rainfall totals could be impressive with this system - potentially over 2 inches in some areas. Despite the rain, Sunday afternoon temperatures will climb to near 60.

Heavy rain is possible on Sunday.
Heavy rain is possible on Sunday.(WMBF)