03/14 Ryan’s “PI Day” Wednesday Night Forecast

Happy PI Day (3.14159265359…etc…) everyone! Today was another great one in South Mississip-PI with clear skies, sunshine, and low humidity. Tonight will remain clear and drier, with chilly temperatures in the low 40s/upper 30s and more patchy frost forming in the more Northern areas. Tomorrow afternoon will be largely the same, but winds will shift from the North to from the South in the afternoon, which will begin increasing our humidity drastically as we head into the evening. Expect increasing cloud cover through the night, and a nearly 20 degree increase in evening low from tonight. By Friday morning, clouds will have thickened and showers/thunderstorms will be moving into the area ahead of a slow-moving cold front. Severe weather is still to the SW by Friday, but some stronger storms could be moving into the area overnight. Showers linger into St. Patrick’s Day, but will begin tapering off as next week rolls around. Expect clearing and slightly cooler weather in the upper 60s/low 70s by the middle of next week.

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