MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — Happy Monday everyone. We will start thes week on a nice note weather-wise. After a rainy Sunday, Monday is looking much better. We start the day with partly cloudy skies, even a little fog. As the sunrises, we will see the fog give way to partly cloudy skies, changing into sunny skies by late morning. This afternoon we will see lots of sunshine and highs warming into the low to mid-80s.

Tonight, we will see the skies clear out completely. That will allow our lows to fall into the low to mid-60s. Tuesday will be the brightest day of the week with wall-to-wall sunshine. Highs warming into the low to mid-80s. Wednesday will also give us another sunny day. Temperatures will warm into the low to mid-80s as well.

As we get into the midweek time frame, a few more clouds start to move into the area. Temperatures will still manage to be in the low 80s. Thursday and Friday will be more cloudy with a chance of some showers. Highs near 80.

Late week into the weekend, we will turn our eyes to a developing low-pressure system off the southeast coast. The National Hurricane Center has highlighted this area for a low chance of development towards the end of the week. The forecast models are split on what will evolve from this low pressure. Some keep it relatively weak, others want to strengthen it into a tropical system. Right now any system that does develop should remain on the weaker side of things. We will keep our eyes on it and update you throughout the week.