11/01 Ryan’s “November No-rain” Tuesday Night Forecast

November is officially here, but Fall temperatures didn’t come along with it. We dropped from the upper 80s yesterday, to the lower 80s today, and we’ll continue trending downward by a degree or so each day. Surface high pressure and ridging aloft continue to weaken over the as the front approaches the area Thursday afternoon, eventually passing by Friday morning. This front will not have much moisture left by the time it moves into the SE, and upper level dry air will keep away t-storm activity but will allow for the possibility of some light showers, not really helping our current drought conditions. Northerly winds and drier air will begin filtering in immediately, dropping our temperatures into the upper 70s for the first time in weeks, but it won’t be until the weekend that we’ll see South MS in the low 70s. As high pressure begins to build in again over the rest of the week, expect temperatures to slowly increase back into the upper 70s by Thursday.

No tropical developments expected within the next 48 hours.

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