Myrtle Beach weather in January (South Carolina, United States of America)

The average maximum daytime temperature in Myrtle Beach in January lies at 13.2°C (55.76°F). Usually it is the coldest month of the year. The average minimum temperature goes down to around 2.5°C (36.5°F) (often the minimum temperature is noted at night).

Rainfall during January is moderate with an average of 72mm (2.8 inches). There are generally around 10 rainy days.

 

Myrtle Beach, monthly averages in January

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Min Temperature 36 °F  
Max Temperature 55 °F  
Chance of Rain 33%  
Precipitation 3 in  
Rainy days 10 days  

Where to go in the United States of America in January

Find out more about the weather in the United States of America in January and which places have the best weather conditions in this month.

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Perfect weather is subjective. On this map perfect weather has been defined with temperatures between 20-29ºC / 68-84ºF and not too much precipitation (less than 90mm / 3.5inches a month).

So what to wear in January? Bring a rain jacket in case it rains during your stay. It’s not quite the end of sweater weather, so don’t pack your knits away yet. But you could for example swap a turtleneck for a button down shirt in this month.

What To Do

We rated the following activities from 1 (least suitable) to 10 (best) to do in January.

Cycling
6/10
Walking
6/10
Barbeque
4/10
Camping
4/10
Outdoor sports
9/10

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