FIRST ALERT: Mild days ahead with an eye on late week rain chances
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Seasonable temperatures will continue this week with a gradual turn to more active weather by the end of the week and the weekend.
Pesky clouds will gradually clear from the region tonight as cool temperatures settle in once again. Overnight temperatures will range from the upper 40s well inland to lower to middle 50s along the beaches.
Brighter skies and mild temperatures settle in for Tuesday. Under plenty of sunshine, afternoon temperatures will reach to near 70 at the beach and lower 70s inland.
UNSETTLED WEATHER LATE WEEK
Moisture will gradually increase late in the week and be followed by two separate storm systems by the weekend.
Wednesday will see another seasonable day with fair skies and afternoon temperatures near 70. There will be a 20% chance of a stray light shower or sprinkle.
Thursday will see the risk of a stray shower creep up a bit to 30% with temperatures in the lower to middle 70s.
The first of two more organized storm systems will impact the region on Friday as low pressure moves through the Carolinas. Of the next seven days, Friday has the highest potential to be a washout with periods of rain likely through the day. A few storms will be possible, but at this time, no severe storms are expected.
The weekend starts off between systems with a nice looking day on tap Saturday with plenty of sunshine and temperatures warming into the middle and upper 70s.
A second storm system will impact the region on Sunday with scattered showers and storms. While it’s too soon to nail down any specifics, the Sunday system could eventually need to be watched for a severe storm threat. Temperatures will remain comfortable in the lower to middle. 70s.
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