04/09 Ryan’s “Weak Boundary” Monday Night Forecast

Just like last night, it may get a little misty later as an extremely weak boundary moves through South MS. Skies cleared slightly more than expected this afternoon, but they’ll build right back for tonight allowing for another warmer night. Northerly winds will keep significant fog from the inland areas, but a light mist near protected bodies of water isn’t out of the question. A few light showers are possible around midnight as that aforementioned boundary moves in, but no significant active weather is expected.  Tuesday will begin cloudy, but will clear quickly into the afternoon bringing sunny, slightly cooler, and drier weather well that will last well into the weekend. That’s where the pleasant weather ends though, as yet another weekend storm front will be moving in on Saturday, but this one doesn’t seem to have as much as a severe threat as the last one did…though that could change. Either way the cloud cover won’t linger as it did with the last system, and next week will begin much sunnier with afternoon highs in the upper 60s.

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