09/23 Ryan’s “Non-Tropical Beta” Wednesday Night Forecast

The remnants of Beta are holding together and pushing through Central MS later tonight. This will keep cloud cover and active weather in the area, but nothing significant expected. There is a “marginal” risk for severe weather through tonight, but that’s largely expected to remain around the actual low.

THAT MEANS MORE CLOUDY SKIES AND SHOWERS TONIGHT, WITH A WARMER LOW NEAR 73.

Tomorrow afternoon continues warming too, high now up to 83 with decreasing clouds as “Beta” leaves and only morning rain. As we head into the weekend, the skies will continue clearing, leading to much drier, more sunny weather. This new trend will take us into next week, with Sunday being the only day with higher rain chances as a front closes in. This’ll lead to one rainy day, but will reinforce our already drier air.

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