05/03 Ryan’s “Muggy May” Monday Night Forecast

We’re off to quite a muggy start for the month of May, and it seems it isn’t going anywhere soon. Expect at least a few more nights of warm, humid weather before any cooler, drier air moves in. That certainly won’t be tonight as lows linger in the mid 70s with patchy fog, cloudy skies, and southerly winds. Tomorrow will be more active than today was, and will even has a risk of severe weather.

The threat is currently at level 3, “enhanced,” in the South MS area with the biggest threat being straight-line winds.

That’s not to say a tornadoes and hail aren’t possible, just less likely and on the weaker/smaller side. The worst of the system will move through between 3 and 6 PM Tuesday, with showers lingering into Wednesday afternoon. That’ll bring enough rain to cause at least a few localized flooding issues. Thankfully though, after the rainy start we end the week sunny and drier.

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