06/05 – Steve’s Workweek Kickoff Forecast

On this Sunday night, we get ready for another workweek and lingering shower and thunderstorm chances tonight and on Monday. There’s also Tropical Storm Colin, which formed earlier today over the Yucatan Peninsula and began moving north.

The rain chances for Monday are predominately in the afternoon and evening and may bring a few heavy downpours at times. Expect a very warm afternoon, too, with high temperatures around 90 degrees.

Regards Tropical Storm Colin: As of this posting, the general consensus amongst most weather forecast models and forecasters is that Colin will turn to the northeast through the day Monday, eventually making landfall in a curving track over Florida’s Big Bend. Other than adding to the heat energy available to us over south Mississippi this week, Colin’s effects won’t really be noticeable, except in marine concerns, where higher seas will be seen through midweek as Colin passes well off to our east.

After Monday, get ready for abundant sunshine and very warm (read: HOT) weather is on the way! Our next rain chances come up next weekend.

– Meteorologist Steve Taylor

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