02/19 Ryan’s “Broken Records” Monday Night Forecast

We’ve broken a few temperature records over the last few days, but it seems today we’re just tying them. We matched last year’s high of 78 degrees today, and I almost exactly the same conditions tomorrow meaning we may also be tying or passing Tuesday’s record of 78 degrees set in 1954. By Wednesday a front will be moving very close to South Mississippi, bringing heavy showers and even a few thunderstorms, but this front will not pass through. This will will actually happen twice within the next week, so we won’t get the cooling and drying seen after a frontal passage, but will get the increased humidity and cloudiness along with “return flow” before each one passes to the North of us. This means the clouds, warmth and humidity will remain all week long with very little change, but the rain chances will diminish significantly by Thursday afternoon.

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