09/21 Ryan’s “Fall-Eve” Wednesday Forecast

The last “Summer night” is finally upon us as “Fall Eve” is here! The “official” start of Fall will actually occur tomorrow just before 11 am, but tonight’s cool and clear conditions won’t feel too out of place. Dry air aloft and surface high pressure will keep showers away, but we can expect plenty of sunshine and some afternoon cloud cover. “Normal” conditions begin to return by Friday, meaning the chance of afternoon showers returns and humidity levels rise, but it looks like a cold front will be bringing much cooler temperatures by the middle of next week.

No new tropical develpments are expected within the next five days, but TS Lisa and TD Karl are still moving NW into the Central Atlantic. Karl will likely re-intensify and curve just East of Bermuda as a strong tropical storm or low-end hurricane as it rides the edge of the Bermuda high, but neither is expected to have any impact on South MS weather.

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