11/04 Ryan’s “Shifting” Wednesday Night Forecast

Still quite dry in South MS, but the humidity and temperature are steadily rising as our pattern begins shifting. Not very sharply though, so don’t expect any summer-like weather or anything. In fact, tonight will still be chilly with a low of 50, which is 11 degrees higher than Monday night’s low. Skies will remain clear and winds light.

TOMORROW AFTERNOON WILL SEE MORE CLOUD COVER ADDED, BUT STILL ONLY MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES EXPECTED AT WORST.

The high will climb a little higher to 75 degrees, and will be near 80 by the weekend. We start to see a little rain moving in by Saturday, which will basically just be a weak sea-breeze setting up. These showers are gone by Sunday and things will level off a bit for next week. It won’t be any cooler, lingering in the upper 70s with lows in the 60s. Tropical Storm Eta seems to be drifting near the northern Gulf by the start of next week. It’s unlikely to have a significant impact on South MS, but we’ll continue to watch it.

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