FIRST ALERT: A beautiful start to the weekned on tap
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The start to CCMF is looking great, staying dry and temperatures will be mild.
Throughout the day we have seen some hazy skies and been through an air quality alert throughout the day. However these will get better as we head into the weekend. If you suffer with any sort of respiratory issues, you may want to continue to limit your time outdoors through the evening, and if you are headed to CCMF make sure you have everything you need to make sure you will not suffer through the evening. These conditions will get better as we head into the weekend.
Clouds will continue to linger throughout the remainder of the evening and as a weak cold front moves through we may see some pop up showers tonight. The start to CCMF is here and if you are heading out doors tonight to see some of your favorite country artists make sure you are aware of these showers. Temperatures though are going to be mild in the upper 70s so make sure you stay hydrated and have everything you need with the air quality and warm temperatures.
Thankfully tonight and going into tomorrow you are not going to feel that mugginess and it will feel comfortable out there, heading into Friday it will be very low as well.
INTO THE WEEKEND
Heading into the weekend the mugginess will be increasing, and it is going to be a great start to the weekend. Friday is looking great, it is going to be a cool start to the morning starting in the upper 50s but will climb to the low 80s through the day. If you are heading to the beach we will see some clouds to start the day but will clear out as the day continues to go on.
Along the Grand Strand tomorrow we will see temperatures climb to the low 80s. Will still be dry tomorrow and we will not be seeing the chance for the showers. Overall will be a great day to head out to the beach with the low humidity and air quality will be improving heading into tomorrow. CCMF tomorrow is looking great, as humidity is lower and temperatures are comfortable.
Friday is looking to stay dry, as well as Saturday. If you are planning on heading to CCMF those days you will stay dry. Mugginess will increase on Saturday and you will see temperatures sitting in the 80s, Inland areas will see temperatures in the upper 80s. For the start to next week that is when we are going to start to see some more unsettled weather. Sunday we are seeing a 20% chance for showers. Temperatures for Sunday are going to be more of a summer like feel, along the grand strand they will be in the mid to upper 80s and inland will be in the low 90s.
For the beginning of next week those chance for showers are going to remain. Monday around 40% for those showers and Tuesday is looking to be 20%. Overall it will begin to really start to feel like summer outside. Inland temperatures are looking to be in the low 90s and upper 80s along the grand strand, and with higher humidity outside the mugginess looks to be quite high.
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