10/19 Ryan’s “More Humid” Thursday Night Forecast

It’s certainly more humid than it’s been over the last few days, and I expect that to continue through the weekend as a cold front approaches. Tomorrow (Friday) won’t be too bad though, just slightly warmer and more humid with an increase in thicker clouds, but Saturday will change things significantly. Instability will be higher than it’s been all week as warm/moist air continues to flow into South MS from the Gulf, increasing as a cold front moves in from the Great Plains. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected Saturday afternoon, but stronger and more organized storms will move in with the front Sunday afternoon bringing a possibility of severe weather. We’ll continue to monitor that developing situation. After the front moves through, strong high pressure moves in and brings the coldest and driest air we’ve seen since the beginning of the year, making the middle of next week another target for beautiful fall weather.

There are still no areas of interest in the Atlantic tropics.

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