FIRST ALERT: Showers wrapping up after midnight
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A low pressure system is going to bring a soggy Sunday across the Carolinas.
Models are forecasting rainfall totals to between 1 to 2 inches. Now, flooding will not be an issue, because of how dry we’ve been lately. This Sunday soaker will provide much needed relief with our current drought conditions.
Rain continues to fall, but the heavy rainfall will clear out by dinner time. The rain will stop shortly after midnight. Once the showers clear out, cooler air moves in the Carolinas. Overnight lows are going to drop in the mid 40s.
THE WEEK AHEAD
Thanks to that cold front, temperatures are going to be much cooler to start off the work week. For Monday, we’ll have highs in the mid 50s with mostly sunny skies. The sunshine continues for Tuesday with temperatures slightly warmer with highs in the mid to upper 50s. We’ll warm up in the 60s by midweek, however a cold front will arrive on Wednesday to drop our temperatures right back into the 50s.
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