12/16 – Jeff’s “Cold Weekend” Friday Midday News Forecast

It will be another bright and cool one this afternoon. Temperatures will top out in the 60s again with sunny skies. Clouds begin to roll in tonight. Mostly cloudy skies will be present tomorrow morning. There is a River Flood Warning in effect along the Pearl River in western Pearl River County & Hancock County.

A disturbance combined with a decaying cold front will provide for rain tomorrow. It will be lighter in variety with amounts of one-tenth to one-quarter of an inch on the table. Rapid clearing will ensue into the evening and overnight hours. Cold air will take effect with temperatures in the low-to-mid 30s Sunday morning!

A storm system will be forming in the western Gulf of Mexico as we close out the weekend. The system will track to our south. It will bring a substantial rainfall chance. Clouds will increase Monday and rainfall will peak overnight Monday into Tuesday.

Following the early-week system, signs are pointing to the coldest air of the season arriving near the end of the week. A powerful cold front will sweep through the area Thursday bringing with it VERY cold air.

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