02/18 Ryan’s “Wind Shift” Tuesday Night Forecast
Little has changed since last night, so expect another foggy evening before an early morning wind shift. Dense fog advisories remain in place for the coastal counties and Pearl River, but drier air is on the way.
A COLD FRONT IS MOVING IN, AND THE NORTHERLY WIND SHIFT AFTER MIDNIGHT WILL MIX THINGS UP A BIT.
Other than the fog, not much else will change. We’ll only be slightly cooler than we were last night, low near 61, and cloudy skies will remain. The slight cooling trend continues into tomorrow afternoon as well, bringing the afternoon high into the mid 60s again. Rain chances increase into Thursday as an upper level feature finally “kicks” the front in motion, but things will be much clearer Friday. Expect sunny skies and cool highs in the mid-to-upper 50s.