03/28 Ryan’s “Warm & Windy” Wednesday Night Forecast

Our warm and windy conditions have continued today, keeping the humidity higher and raising the temperature a few degrees. As a cold front continues to bear down on South MS, the winds will increase, showers will begin popping up, and by the late morning/early afternoon tomorrow stronger, better organized thunderstorms will be moving in. The Storm Prediction Center currently has South MS under a “slight” risk for severe weather, which is the second of five severe weather designations. This means we have around a 5% chance of a short-lived tornado, and low chances of small-to-medium hail and damaging winds. Regardless, heavy rains, lightning, gusting winds, and flash/coastal flooding will be the most likely issues we’ll deal with. You can download our free “WXXV Weather Authority” app to track the storms in real time, and we’ll be on the air when the worst is expected so tune in for the latest. Skies will begin clearing by Good Friday afternoon, and we’re in for a much drier and slightly cooler Easter weekend.

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