02/01 Ryan’s “Wispy” Wednesday Night Forecast

A few wispy clouds moved in this afternoon, but overall it ended up being another great, sunny day in South Mississippi. Skies currently remain mostly clear, but as we head through the overnight hours more and more clouds will settle overhead. Continued moisture advection from the Gulf has raised our dew points to the point that patchy fog will develop, especially during the much calmer overnight hours, but dense fog is not expected. Overall, expect a weak frontal system to begin inching into the MS/LA/TX region from tomorrow (Thursday) through Saturday morning. Throughout nearly that entire period, South MS will be trapped in the “warm sector” of this nearly stationary boundary, meaning nearly overcast skies and a few showers will be slow to leave. I really don’t expect much rain though. The highest chances are overnight Thursday and Sunday night into Monday.

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