11/23 Ryan’s “One Chilly Night” Monday Night Forecast

A cold front passed through with no rain or cloud cover, but will give us one chilly night. It started getting cooler last night, but only fell into the 50s and tonight will drop into the 40s. Expect a low near 46 with clear skies and a light northeasterly breeze. Tomorrow will start mild and clear, but clouds and much more humid air will rush in overnight.

WE’LL STILL ENJOY A “PERFECT” HIGH NEAR 73 WITH INITIALLY SUNNY SKIES, BUT THANKS TO AN AFTERNOON WARM FRONT, CLOUDS WILL BUILD CONSIDERABLY THROUGH THE NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY.

That’s when the cold front will catch up, bringing our highest chance of showers in a few weeks at 40%. It would be nice if this front would pass through and bring South Mississippi another round of fall-like weather for Thanksgiving, but it doesn’t appear that’ll be the case. The front looks like it’ll stall in the area Thursday morning, and linger…keeping cloudy skies and isolated showers around for the weekend.

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