03/13 Ryan’s “Last Rainy” Monday Afternoon Forecast

Over the weekend, Mississippi was surrounded by low pressure systems but we’re finally seeing the last of the rainy days for a while. Earlier brought saw some late morning showers due to a low pressure center to the South, but we’re now seeing a cold front from the NW moving through the area. Showers are already moving through Pearl River County and will pass through the rest of South MS with only a small chance of a t-storms and no severe weather. Once it’s through we’ll begin seeing cooling and drying as breezy winds from the North move in ahead of the approaching ridge. Skies will clear by tomorrow afternoon and will remain so until Thursday, when a few clouds will begin moving in. Also until then, temperatures will remain “below average” with the coldest conditions being found Tuesday night (39) and Wednesday afternoon (57). By St. Patrick’s Day (Friday), temperatures will have risen back into the 70s and will continue to climb through the weekend and into next week. There is still no rain expected through the forecast period and after tonight’s clouds clear we won’t see anything more than mostly sunny skies. Enjoy this week Gulf Coast, and to quote Joe Sullivan, “you deserve it!”

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