Myrtle Beach September Weather

By Marissa Polascak
February 6, 2018

Many people may not think that September is a time to visit Myrtle Beach, but than couldn’t be any farther from the truth! Visiting the Grand Strand in September is great because of the beautiful Myrtle Beach September weather and the fact that hotels and beaches are less crowded as summer vacation is over for most kids in school.

The weather in Myrtle Beach in September is amazing, with average highs of 85°F, and lows around 64°F. These summer temperatures are enjoyable to those who enjoy outdoor activities such as going to the beach, golfing, visiting the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk, checking out the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, and so much more.

Beachgoers will love the fact that the average water temperature in Myrtle Beach in September is around 80°F. This creates perfect conditions for enjoying vacation days swimming in the Atlantic Ocean and basking in the southern Sun. Swimmers will also enjoy oceanfront pools at various Myrtle Beach hotels and resorts as well as waterparks that remain open until Labor Day.

September may be one of the wettest months, but there are still plenty of clear days to enjoy outdoor activities such as events like the St. John’s Greek Festival, Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art, Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival, and many other family-friendly festivals. Other outdoor activities include visiting the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, checking out Brookgreen Gardens, trying out some water sports like parasailing & jetskiing, ropes courses —the list goes on and on!