02/01 Ryan’s “Foggy” Friday Evening Forecast

Warmer and much more humid air has continued to move into South MS, so expect foggy conditions for the next several nights. The main culprits for this change are the light winds and weak “impulses” moving through the pressure field. A low pressure system just missed us to the south today, but will bring wraparound moisture overnight and tomorrow keeping those clouds in place.

I’m still only expecting a low chance of an isolated shower or two Saturday, but chances slowly increase to 40% by Tuesday.

That means no real significant rainfall or thunderstorms are forecast, but the dreary skies and scattered showers will continue until at least Wednesday. In fact, it won’t be until almost next weekend before one of these fronts finally brings a significant airmass change, so it just keeps getting warmer and more humid until then. Expect “spring-like” weather with highs in the low 70s by the start of next week, but we aren’t done with winter quite yet.

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