11/17 – Brantly’s “Warmer, More Humid” Wednesday Night Forecast

A cold front will move toward our area from the northwest today and tonight before moving east across our area late Thursday into Thursday evening. Before the front arrives on Thursday, primarily southeasterly winds will continue to gradually moisten the atmosphere over our area, helping elevate rain chances to about 40%.

Drier air will be building over the region as we move into late Thursday night and early Friday. This will result in windy conditions, particularly near the coast and over the marine waters. High temperatures today and Thursday will be similar, with values mainly in the mid to upper 70s; however, a few spots over our northwest are expected to only reach the lower 70s on Thursday as the front will likely move through these areas a little earlier in the day. Lows tonight will be in the mid 50s over most of the area, with upper 50s to lower 60s over parts of interior southeast Mississippi and also along the immediate coastal areas.

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