FIRST ALERT: Storm chances increasing this week
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Better rain chances are set to arrive as we move through mid-week.
STORMS POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY
A weak cold front heads our way throughout Wednesday, helping increase the chance of some late-day storms. The better chance of rain will remain to our south, but areas across Georgetown and Horry County may see a storm or two through Wednesday evening. Temperatures remain warm, with a round of 80s expected across the area.
MORE RAIN POSSIBLE THURSDAY
The same cold front will hang around just to our south Thursday, helping keep the clouds and rain chances in the forecast. Better rain chances focus near the Grand Strand where scattered showers and downpours will be possible throughout the day. Most spots across the Pee Dee, especially near I-95, remain dry Thursday.
WARMER WEEKEND AHEAD
Rain chances take a break into the weekend as the temperatures climb. Looking for more mid-to-upper 80s by Saturday afternoon.
We will bring in the clouds and rain chances again for the end of the weekend. While not a washout, scattered showers will arrive throughout the day Sunday.
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