South Carolina weather is beautiful year round, which is why Myrtle Beach is a popular family destination. Whether you’ll be strolling along the ocean and boardwalk, out golfing, or taking advantage of all the water has to offer, it pays to plan ahead so you’ll be comfortable during your stay. Located in the Mid-Atlantic region, Myrtle Beach’s average daytime high is 84° from May to August, and 61° from September to April.
Enjoying a day on the beach is easy here, whether you want to relax on the shore or explore the local shops and entertainment. Myrtle Beach sunsets and sunrises are also stunning. Imagine waking up every morning to the warm sun coming through your window or taking a stroll along the beach while the sun sets into the horizon. As a rule of thumb, temperatures also tend to be a little cooler and breezier when you’re in or near the water. Just give us a call at 888.404.3110 if we can help you prepare.
For your convenience, local tide information can be found here: http://www.visitmyrtlebeach.com/about/weather/tides/
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