FIRST ALERT: Damp and cooler for Saturday
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A cold front will deliver a brief round of cooler weather and a bit of rain tonight into Saturday.
Cooler temperatures will filter into the region tonight behind a cold front. Temperatures will slowly drop into the lower 50s behind the front. Moisture will continue to increase tonight with scattered showers becoming likely at times overnight. The showers will generally be light, but should be enough to provide a bit of pollen relief.
A northeast wind will continue to blow on Saturday. The cooler northeast wind combined with overcast skies and a little mist and light rain at times will keep afternoon temperatures in the upper 50s to near 60. While these temperatures are considerably cooler than this week’s record breaking warmth, they are near normal for this time of the year.
Milder weather returns once again on Sunday with brighter skies and temperatures returning to the 60s to near 70. We will get a brief round of relief from the pollen for the weekend but it won’t last long.
A dry and warm stretch of weather returns for next week. Looking at the latest data, the forecast looks to have highs returning to the 70s through next week. Right now, rain chances are limited with a few showers late Thursday and into Friday. This means pollen will come back in full force, especially for the first half of the new work week.
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