10/17 Ryan’s “Misty Monday” Forecast

Ended up being a misty Monday afternoon on the Eastern half of the viewing area thanks to a few showers, but we’ll see a different kind of misty evening due to some patchy fog. While no dense fog advisories have yet been announced for South MS, you can expect to see some isolated areas of thick fog from around 1 am to 9 am Tuesday morning. Clouds remain through tomorrow, but do begin to clear a bit by Wednesday. We’ll see temperatures slowly increase into the mid 80s over the next two to three days, but a Thursday evening cold front brings significant temperature changes. Expect a slightly cooler and clearer day for Friday (high in upper 70s), but we’ll almost be in the 60s by Saturday afternoon, so expect some chilly nights as well.

A new tropical disturbance formed over the SE Bahamas, and only has a 30% chance of tropical development within the next 2 days. Nicole was down graded to a tropical storm right around 10 pm, but is expected to remain a powerful, post-tropical low as it continues Northward toward Greenland.

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