Myrtle Beach climate
Myrtle Beach weather is dictated by the ocean breezes. Summers are hot and winters are cool and comfortable. The influence of the warm currents of the gulf stream just offshore ensures that this holiday strip is warm enough for fun in the sun most of the year. It does rain suddenly, and heavily, particularly during summer, but the sandy soil allows for quick drainage and even the emerald green golf courses are ready for action again as soon as the showers let up.
Best Time to Fly to Myrtle Beach
Winter and spring are the peak tourist seasons. Families flock here to escape the winter cold and students crash on the beaches during Spring Break for a little break from the books. Myrtle Beach flights and accommodations are a bit pricier during this time, but you are likely to find a flight and a hotel room on the strip or on the course.
The summers are hot and don't draw the same crowds as spring. Fall is cooler and the city area is quieter. This is the best time to find cheap flights to Myrtle Beach and discounted hotels and resorts.
Myrtle Beach is a popular beach destination and many major airlines service it. Check out our guide to airlines that fly to Myrtle Beach for more information.