12/15 – Jeff Vorick’s “Colder Airmass” Thursday Morning Forecast

The storm system that brought yesterday’s volatile weather has cleared the area. Temperatures behind the cold front are over 20 degrees colder than yesterday! Clear skies and high temperatures in the low to mid 60s are expected today.

Temperatures will tumble in quick fashion overnight. Expect cold morning lows, along with wind chills in the 30s across South Mississippi to start your Friday. Quiet weather will be briefly interrupted to start the weekend, though. A system will be forming on the tail end of the cold front in the southwest Gulf of Mexico. It will track northeast Friday into Saturday.

We will remain north of the warm front. So, temperatures will remain cold but cloud coverage and rain chances will increase. There is a 30% chance of light rain Saturday. Following that, high pressure gets much closer to South Mississippi. The coldest part of the airmass will take hold to close out the weekend.

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