If you’re visiting in early spring, say, so early that it’s still practically winter, it can be hard to know what to pack. Will the weather be flip-flop-worthy? What about rain? We can say with utmost certainty the exact conditions you’ll find, but we can help give you an idea of what to include in your suitcase.
The average air temperature in Myrtle Beach in February is 60°F, though of course it’s warmer at the end of the month than the beginning. The average ocean temperature is 50 degrees. Toward the end of the month, you may be likely to run into a few nice and warm days, with sunshine and temps into the 70s. For some people that may well be flip flop weather—though for South Carolina natives used to hot and humid summers, that still feels pretty chilly.
Once you’re into March, the average temperature reaches 68 degrees, and in April, the average temperature raises to 76°, with an average ocean temperature of 66°.
So what do you need to pack for these temperatures? Here are some ideas: