07/02 Ryan’s “Gloomy Night” Monday Forecast

It was a gloomy day today, and you can expect more gloomy days ahead as tropical moisture settles in. This area of low pressure is currently centered just south of the Florida panhandle, and is retrograding to the west. This means it will slowly move east to west across South MS tomorrow, and will begin to dissipate over Texas by Wednesday.

EXPECT SLIGHTLY DRIER WEATHER TO MOVE IN BEHIND IT FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY, BUT EVEN THEN WE’LL STILL SEE A FEW AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.

Afterwards, the daytime heating/sea breeze induced showers and thunderstorms continue through the rest of the week, the weekend, and even into next week before any significant changes.

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