Myrtle Beach weather has a humid subtropical climate typical of the Gulf and South Atlantic states. The city enjoys abundant sunshine year-round with more than 2800 hours annually. The summer season is long, hot, and humid in Myrtle Beach. Average daytime highs are from 83 to 91 °F (28 to 33 °C) and average night-time lows are near 70 °F. Summer thunderstorms can be severe, but tornadoes are rare in Myrtle Beach, though weaker tropical storms and weak tropical lows are more common. Like most areas prone to tropical cyclones, a direct hit by a major hurricane is infrequent in Myrtle Beach. The last hurricane to cause significant damage in Myrtle Beach was Hurricane Hugo in 1989.Myrtle Beach has mostly mild winters of short duration: Average daytime highs range from 57 to 61 °F and nighttime lows are in the 36 to 38 °F from December through February. Snowfall is very unlikely in Myrtle Beach although it has been reported through the years. Myrtle Beach’s weather differs from season to season. Here at Tilghman Beach and Golf Resort, we are prepared for whatever the weather condition may be for those hot humid days. You can enjoy our outdoor pool and lazy river or for the children, count on our kids splash area to cool off the little tikes. You can also enjoy a nice cold beverage from our restaurant, Tilghman Beach Bar & Grill. And for the coldest nights and days, you can enjoy our indoor pool or hot tub and sauna.