02/26 Ryan’s “Drier” Monday Night Forecast

It was much drier today which was welcome after an extremely humid week and a rainy weekend. We’ll enjoy at least one more dry day, but then a warm front will begin moving across the area by mid-week, bringing rain and isolated thunderstorm chances for Thursday. It will be much drier through most of the week, with the exception of those rainy mid-week days, but still on the warmer side nearly every day. Temperatures will climb for the next few days, but appear to remain short of record temperatures this week all of which are right around 80 degrees. I expect tomorrow to fall a few degrees into the mid 70s, and flirt with those record temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday as a warm front moves in and across South MS. By Thursday afternoon, we’ll begin seeing significant cooling and drying on the backside of a cold front which will drop temperatures into the upper 60s and low 70s for the weekend with almost cloudless skies.

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