03/17 Ryan’s “St. Patrick’s” Tuesday Night Forecast

Hope the additional cloud cover and few showers didn’t put a damper on your St. Patrick’s Day festivities (any more than everything else going on did at least)! The showers will continue into the night, but will begin dying off into the morning.

NIGHTTIME CONDITIONS OTHERWISE WON’T CHANGE MUCH FROM THE PAST SEVERAL NIGHTS: STILL MILD, CLOUDY, AND FOGGY.

Cloud cover will thin slightly into tomorrow afternoon, and rain chances fall slightly as well. It’ll be warm for your last full day of winter though, high closing in on 80 on the waterfront. Expect this warming trend to continue for the rest of the week, maxing on Friday in the low 80s as a cold front closes in. This front will pass through, cooling South MS a handful of degrees for the weekend, but doesn’t push too far into the Gulf. That means cloud cover and low rain chances will linger through the start of next week.

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