02/23 Ryan’s “Dense Fog” Thursday Night Forecast

I’ve been expecting patchy fog to develop overnight, and the NWS has just issued a Dense Fog Advisory for South MS until 9 am tomorrow (Friday). This will make travel difficult late tonight and early tomorrow morning. Please drive slowly and don’t use high beams. We will also see some clouds moving in tonight, and while a few will linger into tomorrow afternoon you can expect mostly sunny skies. Temperatures rise a bit more tomorrow as well, maxing out near 76 on the coastline but closer to 80 inland. Friday night/Saturday morning will bring a weak, fast moving cold front through the area. There won’t be much moisture with this system, so very little active weather is expected though a few showers are possible. Our temperature will drop to more “seasonal” levels behind the front, with weekend highs in the upper-to-mid 60s and a couple of chilly evenings. Next week is beginning to look a bit worse as there may actually be cases of it raining on someone’s parade. A warm front will begin approaching the area on Monday which will cause cloudiness and showers, but that front will begin to stall out and linger over the area for the next couple of days. Mardi Gras (Tuesday) does appear to have some dry spells and the lowest chances of rain, but some we’ll experience at least a few showers from Monday evening to Wednesday across the Gulf Coast.

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