04/28 Ryan’s “More Humid” Tuesday Evening Forecast
The dry, breezy conditions have made fighting the wildfire difficult, but it is getting more humid. Expect that to continue into the night as strong southerly winds bring in more moisture. These winds will gust upwards of 20 mph at times, but will more likely average near 10. Tonight’s low will climb to 69 degrees with increasing clouds and isolated showers. Tomorrow’s high will also rise, but only slightly to 79 degrees under cloudy skies with strong thunderstorms.
These storms will move through in a narrow, intense band in the late morning hours, likely around 9 AM.
South MS is under a “slight” risk of severe weather with this storm meaning small hail, strong winds, and isolated, short-lived tornadoes are possible. We will continue to monitor the situation as always and update as needed. After Wednesday’s front expect to see nothing but sunshine and drier air for the rest of the week.