FIRST ALERT: Warm through the weekend with increasing humidity and a few downpours
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Mild weather will continue through the weekend with increasing humidity. The added moisture will lead to a gradual increase in the risk of a few showers and storms.
Fair skies and just a little patchy fog are on tap for tonight with overnight temperatures dropping into the lower 60s at the beach and upper 50s to near 60 inland.
High pressure will continue to provide another stellar day with sunny skies and warm weather. An onshore wind will once again keep temperatures along the beaches a bit cooler - in the middle to upper 70s. Inland areas will climb into the middle 80s. The forecast remains rain-free once again on Friday.
Temperatures will continue to reach into the upper 70s to near 80 along the Grand Strand and into the middle 80s inland on Saturday. Humidity will continue to gradually increase through the day. This may result in a stray shower across the Pee Dee by Saturday afternoon but with rain chances at just 20%, most areas will remain dry.
Humidity increases further on Sunday and will lead to a slightly better chance of a few pop up showers and storms. Sunday’s rain chance is slightly higher at 30%. The seabreeze could bring a downpour or storm near the beaches as well. Temperatures will remain fairly constant with readings near 80 at the beach and mid 80s inland.
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