Myrtle Beach, SC
Serious? More storms?
Isn’t it sunny this Thursday morning?
But the storms will blow over Myrtle Beach for the last time this Thursday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. The chance of rain is 60%, with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Most of the rain will happen before 3 p.m. and should measure no more than a tenth of an inch, the NWS said. Some wind is forecast, including “wind gusts as high as 28 mph.” There is also the possibility of mild flooding in Georgetown County along the Santee River near Jamestown.
However, once the rain stops, most of the clouds should be gone and the rest of the day will be pretty sunny, with most things clearing up around 5 p.m., according to the NWS.
Grand Strand forecast for this weekend
Thursday is the last rain the beach will have for a while.
Starting Thursday night through most of next week, it will be sunny (occasionally cloudy) with peaks in the 60s and mid 70s, according to the NWS. Nighttime feeding will be in the 50s, with the exception of Saturday and Sunday nights, when it will drop as low as 42.
On days when the temperature is below 70, it can be a bit chilly on the beach with the sea breeze. Just stay in the sun. Don’t forget sunscreen!