Spring-like temps temporary as Winter chill heads East

Our pattern hasn't changed much since yesterday as a front remains stalled to our West. It will slowly push East Wednesday, but will not move off of the coast until early Thursday morning. The area will remain unseasonably warm through tomorrow afternoon with highs in the 70s. Once again parts of the area will see near record highs. As the front drifts Southeast tomorrow, there will be a slight chance for a few showers and mostly cloudy skies will be around for areas West of I-95 while most locations east will see a variable cloud cover. Rain chances will remain low through Thursday as the front hangs up off of the coast. An area of low pressure will ride along the front late Thursday into Friday. This will bring the best chance for rain and mostly cloudy skies. You can always track our rain chances on
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! High pressure will push in late Friday and for the weekend bringing back the sunshine, but reminding us this is Winter. Highs will top out in the low/mid 50s for Friday and Saturday with low temps in the 30s.

Record for Myrtle Beach:

75° in 2007. (Forecast high:74°),

Record for Florence:

78° in 1950.(Forecast high:77°),

Today: Cloud cover will vary with more sunshine near the coast and more cloud cover Inland West of I-95. Unseasonably warm area wide. Highs-Grand Strand:Low/mid 70s, Inland: Mid/Upper 70s, Borderbelt: Low 70s

Tonight: Areas of dense fog otherwise partly cloudy and mild. Lows: Around 60°.

Wednesday:Morning clouds/fog becoming partly sunny to mostly cloudy and still warm. Slight chance for a shower. Highs-Low/mid 70s.

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