10/16 – Rob’s Monday “Cold Frontal Passage” Forecast

A cold frontal passage in currently in progress, with the front just to the east of Pascagoula. Some isolated showers behind the front will continue this morning as the moisture flow moves to the east. Temperatures and dew points are falling behind the front, with changing conditions through the day.

The cold front will continue to track southeastward today. We will certainly see a few showers across the southeast half of the area today, mainly during the morning hours. Will probably take much of the morning to get rid of clouds in most areas as well…beyond that, dry through midweek.

Much cooler weather will move into the region the next few days as a tightening gradient will bring WINDY conditions from the NW through early Tuesday. Expect much of the northern half of the area to see lows in the 40s and lower 50s tonight, and slightly warmer readings Tuesday night. High temperatures will generally climb into the 70s, although one or two spots could creep into the lower 80s by Wednesday.

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