12/28 Ryan’s “Clearing Earlier” Friday Night Forecast

BY SATURDAY AFTERNOON WE’LL BE IN THE WARM SECTOR OF THIS NEW FRONTAL SYSTEM, WHICH MEANS MORE WARM MOIST AIR, OVERCAST SKIES, AND SCATTERED SHOWERS.

We’ll remain in this limbo until Monday evening when the front is finally forced Eastward across South MS. Even this passage doesn’t immediately bring cool and dry conditions as it stalls overhead, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel and we’ll see the return of sunshine, dry air, and cool/chilly temperatures a week from today.

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