10/4 – The Chief’s “Warmer/Humid Flow” Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

A weak disturbance along the North/Central Gulf will continue to push upper level clouds across the area…at times putting south Mississippi under partly/mostly cloudy skies. the upper clouds will continue tonight and coupled with a more humid flow, warmer overnight low temps can be expected. Highs will reach the low-80s across the viewing area and lows tonight will get to the low-60s. Northeast winds of 5-10 MPH will be in place through the afternoon, relaxing to light and variable overnight.

Winds will begin to shift to the east, then southeast by Wednesday. Humidity will be on the increase as morning lows will moderate into the mid-60s, and afternoon highs will reach the mid-80s. An approaching cold front will be in the area by the end of the week. With it being so dry, very limited rain chances are expected. Once the front passes, morning lows will dip into the mid-50s and we will reach 80 for a high by Sunday. Cooler temperatures with plenty of sunshine expected this weekend with breezy conditions in the afternoons.

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