Hot and humid start to the week as rain chances remain low

Myrtle Beach Area Weather Forecast

After a warm and sunny Sunday afternoon, more heat is moving in for this week. We’ll have a warm start to your Monday, followed by a hot and sunny afternoon with highs in the upper 80s to near 90 along the coast and mid 90s in the Pee Dee. There will be a slight chance for a stray shower or storm in the afternoon but most will stay dry.

The isolated storm chances return in a limited capacity on Tuesday, with a slightly better chance inland. But we still don’t see much of a chance for widespread rain to help and put a dent in our current drought conditions until we get to the weekend.

We’ll wrap up the work and school week hot and humid. A cold front will move through the area on Saturday, bringing us a chance for some scat’d showers and storms. We’ll cool down, back to near average, on Sunday but the cold front could stall to our south keeping some showers chances around.

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Today: Hot with lots of sun and low rain chances. Highs: 94-95 inland, 88-89 beaches.

Tonight: partly cloudy and warm. Lows: 68-70 inland, 70-71 beaches.

Tuesday: partly sunny, hot and humid with a few afternoon storms possible. Highs: 92 inland, 84 beaches.

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