FIRST ALERT: A hint of fall to end the week
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Lower humidity, cooler temperatures and a rain-free forecast will provide a hint of fall through the end of the work week and into the upcoming weekend.
With clear skies and low humidity in place, temperatures will fall quickly overnight reaching very comfortable fall-like levels. By Thursday morning, inland areas will drop all the way to near 60 with some spots in the upper 50s. The Grand Strand will be comfortable as well with morning temperatures dropping to the middle and upper 60s.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Our forecast remains pleasant and comfortable through the rest of the week with lower humidity and no rain chances. Highs will climb into the lower 80s each day. Overnight temperatures will continue to provide a hint of fall with readings in the middle and upper 60s at the beach and lower 60s inland.
Unlike last weekend, the upcoming weekend will feature plenty of sunny skies and dry weather and plenty of opportunities to get outside. Afternoon temperatures will once again climb into the lower and middle 80s. Humidity levels will start to creep up just a bit, but will remain tolerable through Sunday. Our return to humid weather will return by next week along with another surge of more summer-like warmth.
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