02/14 Ryan’s “Valentine’s Day” Thursday Night Forecast

Happy Valentine’s Day South Mississippi! Cloud cover increased slightly today but still let plenty of sunshine through. Cloud cover will thicken through the night though, and I can’t see any significant clearing until near the end of next week due to stalling fronts.

THAT MEANS TODAY WAS THE LAST WE’LL SEE WITH ANY DECENT SUNSHINE, AND SINCE IT IS VALENTINE’S DAY THAT FEELS APPROPRIATE.

Tonight will warm considerably from last night’s low, almost to 60 degrees. This warming trend continues over the next few days bringing us from the low 70s tomorrow into the mid 70s by Sunday. Each day over that time will have a small chance of an isolated shower, but our first significant chance of rain won’t show up until Monday.

THE THICK CLOUD COVER AND RAIN WILL LEAD TO SLIGHTLY COOLER TEMPERATURES, BUT IT WILL STILL TREND WELL ABOVE AVERAGE THROUGH THE REST OF NEXT WEEK.

Patchy fog will develop tonight, but will likely become more dense as these gloomy and humid days continue.

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