FIRST ALERT: Two rounds of showers & storms today
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - The first round of rain and storms is over with and the sunshine is back in the forecast as highs approach the mid 70s for the beaches and near 80 for inland areas. The next round of rain remains limited for this afternoon and evening, with a better chance mainly in the Pee Dee.
There’s enough heating from the sunshine to spark off a second chance of showers and storms this afternoon and into the evening. Thankfully, this round will be scattered in nature and only at 20-30%.
If you have plans for this evening, just check the First Alert Weather App before you head out. A few locations will pick up on additional rain, but it won’t be enough to cancel your plans.
WARM WEEKEND AHEAD
The weekend forecast will be warm with a touch of humidity in the Grand Strand and Pee Dee.
Mostly sunny skies return Saturday as temperatures climb into the upper 70s for the Grand Strand and 80s inland of the Waterway. We will expect the same temperatures Sunday, but a few more clouds will be around Sunday afternoon.
An approaching cold front will move through the Carolinas and bring a risk of a few scattered storms along with a few more clouds Sunday. Widespread rain is not expected. Any rain/storms would quickly diminish after sunset.
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