10/18 Ryan’s Tuesday Night Forecast

We ended up with fewer clouds during the day, but Tuesday night will be another cloudy, warm, and humid evening. High humidity, light winds, and an temperature inversion will lead to another evening of patchy fog which will end up dissipating fairly quickly after sunrise. Tomorrow’s (Wednesday) conditions will be similar to this afternoon’s, with mostly sunny skies and a high near 86. Clouds will begin to slowly increase Thursday afternoon, just before a strong cold front will race through the area, bringing much cooler temperatures just in time for the weekend. These changes will be significant, nearly 15-20 degrees cooler than Wednesday and Thursday were, but we’ll slowly return to the lower 80s as we begin the next work week.

The NHC has stopped issuing reports for Nicole, as that system has become “post-tropical,” despite winds remaining near hurricane force as it moves near Greenland. Disturbance one showed signs of organization today, but still only has a 60% chance of forming over the next two days. No South Mississippi impact expected with that system either way.

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