Myrtle Beach Vacation Guide

Delaware Beaches | Ocean City MD | Virginia Beach, VA | Outer Banks, NC

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Myrtle Beach Weather

Myrtle Beach offers ideal vacation temperatures in the summer season, with a combination of bright sunny days tempered by gentle ocean breezes. The area enjoys around 200 sunny days each year, with a year-round average hovering around 75°.

 

Myrtle Beach Weather 10 day Forecast by the Weather Channel

Myrtle Beach Weather & Temperature Averages by the Weather Channel

National Weather Service detailed 7 day Forecast

 
 

Outer Banks Golf Weather ForecastMyrtle Beach Golf Forecast - Golf, like most outdoor activities, is dependent on the weather conditions, such as, low visibility, thunderstorms, high winds and precipitation. Click here to find out if the weather conditions in the Outer Banks favor a low round.

 

Average Monthly
TEMPERATURES

January

upper

February

lower

March

mid

April

mid

May

lower

June

upper

July

upper

August

upper

September

mid

October

mid

November

upper

December

upper

LEGEND

Ave. temp. 50°'s

Ave. temp. 60°'s

Ave. temp. 70°'s

Ave. temp. 80°'s

Average Water
TEMPERATURES

January

lower

February

lower

March

upper

April

lower

May

upper

June

upper

July

lower

August

mid

September

lower

October

mid

November

mid

December

mid

LEGEND

Ave. temp. 50°'s

Ave. temp. 60°'s

Ave. temp. 70°'s

Ave. temp. 80°'s

 

National Hurricane Center - Hurricane hazards come in many forms: storm surge, high winds, tornadoes, and flooding. This means it is important for your family to have a plan that includes all of these hazards.
Hurricane Awareness Web site | Hurricane Preparation Plan