FIRST ALERT: Warm again Tuesday ahead of mid week cool down
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Temperatures will remain above normal through Tuesday before a slight cool down and more clouds arrive for the middle and end of the week.
Tonight will fair skies, light winds and a few areas of fog developing temperatures remaining mild. Overnight lows will drop into the lower to middle 60s inland and middle to upper 60s near the beaches.
Tuesday will see another round of unseasonably warm weather with temperatures returning to the lower to middle 80s with some lingering humidity. A weak cold front will start to drop through the area during the day and may spark off an isolated shower or sprinkle but rain chances will only climb to 20% with most areas remaining dry.
REST OF THE WEEK
Northeast winds will start to blow behind the cold front as it pushes south of the area by Wednesday through the end of the week. The result will be cooler temperatures with afternoon highs dropping into the upper 70s. Nighttime temperatures will drop into the lower to middle 60s.
While no big rain-makers will move into the region, plenty of unsettled weather will linger just off shore. The result will be more clouds at times through Friday. A stray sprinkle or light shower will be possible through Thursday with rain chances again only around 20%.
The northeast winds will continue into the weekend keeping temperatures in the upper 70s by day and 60s at night. A few periods of mostly cloudy skies will be possible but the weekend forecast remains rain-free.
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