The Grand Strand and Myrtle Beach is a unique resort area with a variety of fun things to do - it's a vacation spot that appeals to vacations, business functions, familys and children of all ages with its warm weather and beautiful beaches.
The 60-mile stretch of beaches that make up "The Grand Strand" welcomes millions of students, families, golfers, and snowbirds every year to enjoy sand, surf and the warm southern climate. Your Myrtle Beach vacation plans should start with knowing the local weather patterns, what outdoor activities are most prevalent during each month of the year, and -- just to be on the safe side -- what months are considered hurricane season.
In Myrtle Beach every month has relatively mild temperatures, as you can see on our chart of annual temperatures for both ocean and air.
The peak vacation months are July and August, even though the heat and humidity are the highest.
With Myrtle Beach becoming more of a year-round vacation destination than it was in years past, many families and students are discovering the more enjoyable temperatures of off-peak months.
Other Myrtle Beach Weather Resources
Tropical Forcast Discussion
NWS Forcast Discussion text release from the closest NWS office in Wilmington NC. These discussions provide current details and a short synopsis of the area weather.
NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio
If you have a weather radio, marine radio or ham radio you can listen to the current weather reports from the National Weather Service by tuning to KEC95 on 162.40 mhz. During inclement weather, Ham radio opertaors may also use our local SKYWARN repeater NE4SC at 147.090 PL 123.