10/29 Ryan’s “Post-Zeta” Thursday Night Forecast

Last night’s dangerous weather is now a memory so we can begin our “post-Zeta” forecast. The cold front that pushed Zeta out of South MS so quickly is already through, and cooling the area rapidly. Expect completely clear skies with light northerly winds and a chilly low near 48.

THIS COULD BE ESPECIALLY PROBLEMATIC IN INLAND AREAS WITHOUT POWER, AS HEAT MAY BE HARD TO COME BY.

Tomorrow afternoon won’t be as chilly, but will stay south of 70 with a high near 67 and sunny, cloudless skies.

THIS TREND CONTINUES THROUGH THE WEEKEND, BUT STEADILY WARMS BACK INTO THE MID 70S BY SUNDAY.

Another front is poised to move through around that time, and will drop highs back into the mid 60s for the start of next week. That means another round of chilly nights, so don’t expect to make it back into the mid 50s again by next Thursday.

Categories: Weather Headlines, WXXV Team