03/24 Ryan’s “Blustery” Friday Night Forecast

It’s been a blustery day so far, and we’re headed into a even more blustery & humid night. The wind and clouds are the result of a deep low pressure system slowly making it’s way eastward through the middle of the country. By late morning tomorrow, the leading edge of this storm system will be pushing into South MS, and will make it’s way through over the next 6-8 hours. This storm line has a “slight” chance of severe weather, level 2 of 5, with the most likely threats being straight-line winds and small hail. There is a low chance of tornadoes, but it’s not a ZERO chance, so please be aware of your surroundings tomorrow afternoon.

After this storm moves through we’ll see some gradual and slight clearing/drying but no cooling. The cold front will actually begin moving NE to follow it’s upper level support, so will move North of the six coastal counties, bringing us into the warm sector of another developing low pressure center. This system will move through on Monday, bringing a chance of showers, but no thunderstorms are expected. This cold front will lift North before passing through as well, so expect another day or so of warming/drying before another, stronger front moves through on Thursday. After that, we’ll finally see a few days of clear, dry, and sunny weather.

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