12/31 Ryan’s “New Year’s Eve” Monday Evening Forecast

It’s New Year’s Eve and despite a passing cold front it’s going to remain humid, foggy, and warm. That cold front is about halfway through South MS at the time of this post.

There’s a narrow band of showers leading this front which can be quite heavy with rain rates in excess of 3.5″ an hour, but it’s so narrow and moving quickly enough flash flooding issues aren’t expected.

By midnight things will begin to clear up slightly and winds will shift northerly, but the usual “post cold front effects” will be short-lived. Another front is gathering strength in the West, and is expected by Thursday. This one appears to be the last in a long line of disturbances we’ve seen recently, so the first weekend of 2019 will certainly be cause for celebration as the sun returns!

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