04/01 Ryan’s “April Fool” Monday Night Forecast

You’d have to be a fool not to enjoy today’s amazing weather. If I had to nit-pick, I’d say it’s just a tad too cold to be “perfect,” but that changes as early as tomorrow. Skies have been clear all day and will be tomorrow as well, but we are going to see a short-lived increase tonight.

A SHORT-WAVE TROUGH WILL BEGIN MOVING THROUGH SOUTH MS BETWEEN 8 AND 9 PM, INCREASING CLOUD COVER BUT NOT BRINGING MUCH RAIN.

This cloud cover won’t last long past midnight, and tomorrow will remain cloud free. It does begin warming though. Expect a gradual increase into the low 70s through Thursday, but at that point a warm front will bring considerably warmer and more humid air for Friday. After that conditions will level off significantly.

EXPECT AT LEAST MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH AROUND A 30% CHANCE OF RAIN EACH DAY AS FRONTS MOVE IN, STALL OUT, AND THEN LIFT AWAY WITHOUT EVER REALLY PASSING THROUGH.

This means skies will remain cloudy with scattered showers from Thursday into next Monday at the very least.

Categories: Weather Headlines, WXXV Team

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