10/18 Ryan’s “Fall Weather” Wednesday Forecast

Another fall weather afternoon down in South Mississippi with more ahead this week, then a little rain before we clear & cool all over again. Temperatures did warm a little but continued to dry, and this trend will continue for the rest of the week. By late Friday/early Saturday, the ridge over the Southeast will have shifted far enough East that we’ll begin seeing southerly “return flow” set up, increasing the humidity, cloud cover, and chance of rain. It’s also right around this time that an upper level will move over South MS, which should be enough to create several showers and thunderstorms as it moves through from Saturday evening into Monday morning. No severe weather is expected at this time. After the front, strong high pressure will move into the area again and we’ll start the rapid cooling, drying, and clearing process all over again.

There are currently no areas of interest in the tropics, and none are expected to form within the next 5 days.

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