MYRTLE BEACH S.C. (WBTW)– Partly cloudy start to the day. High temperatures for the beaches will be in the low 80s, and inland communities will be in the mid to upper-80s.

During the afternoon, showers and storms will fire up and track in from the west ahead of a cold front. Rainfall will be intermittent throughout the day and some thunderstorms have the potential to produce small hail and gusty winds around 30-35 mph. The Storm Prediction Center has our area in a “marginal risk”, so level 1/5, no need for a weather alert day.

Rainfall continues well into the evening time before dying out into the overnight hours. Once the sun goes down, the intensity of the rain decreases on average. The weak cold front moves through tonight and therefore temperatures to be a couple of degrees cooler on Tuesday. Dewpoints will not change as much the air will still be very muggy and uncomfortable.

Monday’s rain will be a scattered event. The percentage of the area to see rain tomorrow has increased. More scattered showers and storms are anticipated for tomorrow. Once again, Tuesday will start calm and partly cloudy, then the afternoon will bring thunderstorms and showers. Rain will still appear throughout the workweek, but luckily no days are going to be a washout.

The good news is that no 90 degrees days are in the 7-day forecast, and rain chances disappear in time for the weekend.