11/01 Ryan’s “November 1st” Wednesday Forecast

Welcome to November South Mississippi! Cloud cover began to increase early this morning after a nice, long string of cool & clear weather. High pressure to the East continues to pump moisture into the area, so South Mississippi’s current warming trend will continue for the rest of the week. Overnight/morning fog will start becoming more of an issue after tomorrow, with little change expected until the weekend due to the high’s slight westward movement as the axis shifts. A few shortwave, upper-level features will move overhead in the coming days which should allow for at least a few showers, but I’m expecting very little rain. Especially in the lower three coastal counties as the increasing southerly winds push activity to the North. Due to these factors, short of a little sky clearance after Friday we won’t see significantly different weather until our next cold front moves through which is a week or more away.

No tropical disturbances are expected to experience significant development over the next 5 days.

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