More storms in the forecast, low chance of severe weather

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) –Rainfall will be periodic throughout the day. Brief, light showers for most of the morning, with an isolated thunderstorm in the late morning and early afternoon. The chance for more scattered storms will be from 4-8 p.m. There is no longer a slight risk of severe weather. The Storm Prediction Center downgraded the area to a marginal, level 1 risk, with a damaging wind gust as the potential threat, but overall the chance for severe storms is very low.

An area of low pressure will move through the Carolinas during the late afternoon, the passage of this is when the thunderstorm risk is elevated.

The system will head northeast and will slide offshore Saturday night. Wrap around rain will continue to be in the forecast for Sunday morning with the second part of the day drying out. Limited thunderstorms tomorrow. Winds will be north/northwest due to the passage of the low pressure, and it will be slightly cooler. Rainfall totals will be less than an inch. Temperatures will be in the low 80s today and mid to upper 70s on Sunday.

Temperatures on Monday will be in the upper-70s to around 80 degrees with rain not in the picture. High pressure will settle in for Tuesday and Wednesday. With temperatures in the low-80s on Tuesday and low to mid-80s on Wednesday

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