04/12 Ryan’s “Warming Trend” Thursday Night Forecast

It’s more humid today than it’s been over the last two and that trend will continue tomorrow as well. Southerly winds increased this afternoon, will weaken through the night, but will pick up again as the cold front movies into frame Friday. This approaching front won’t bring any severe weather tomorrow, but a few evening “pre-storm” showers are possible during the overnight hours. The real show won’t begin until Saturday morning. The main bulk of the storm line will push into South MS as early as 6 AM and will linger for a full 24 hours. The largest threats with this storm will be damaging straight-line winds and flooding caused by prolonged heavy rain, but weak tornadoes and small hail can’t be ruled out. Be sure to have a safe space readily available, and download our free weather app for up to the minute watch/warning updates. The silver lining is the bad weather won’t linger, so we’ll begin next week significantly cooler and drier with sunshine lasting well into next Thursday and temperatures climbing slowly into the 80s.

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