FIRST ALERT: Warmer with a few showers and storms through mid week
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Warmer weather will return through the middle of the week along with the chance of a few passing showers and storms at times.
Tonight will see another round of clear skies and pleasant temperatures dropping into the lower 60s.
After a rather cool start to the day, temperatures will warm considerably from the last few days as winds switch from northeasterly to southwesterly and help to pump in the warmth. Afternoon temperatures will climb all the way into the middle and upper 80s inland and lower 80s along the Grand Strand.
While no widespread rain is expected, a few late day showers and storms will be possible. The chance of rain is 30%.
MIDDLE OF THE WEEK
Wednesday will see a spike of summer-like heat as inland temperatures hit 90 or 91° in the afternoon. The beaches will see temperatures climb into the middle 80s - close to normal for this time of the year.
Once again, a few pop up showers and storms will be possible through the afternoon and evening, but many areas will stay dry with rain chances at just 30%.
A cold front will move through the area Thursday afternoon, bringing another risk of a few showers and storms. Highs will fall into the upper 70s to lower 80s for both Thursday and Friday.
More typical June weather is set to arrive by this weekend as temperatures climb into the lower 80s at the beach and middle to upper 80s inland. The increasing temperatures will be accompanied by an increase in humidity making for a typical June weekend. The vast majority of the area will stay dry through the weekend, but in typical June fashion, a very isolated shower or storm will be possible in the afternoon. The best chance - 30% - arrives on Sunday.
CCMF attendees will enjoy the comfort of a daily seabreeze and just a slight chance of a stray shower.
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