12/16 Ryan’s “Humid” Friday Night Forecast

It will be a humid one out there tonight folks. Expect moderate Southerly winds to continue to pump moisture into South MS, causing some fog a little later this evening. We’ll continue to see our humidity and temperatures climb into the mid 70s by Saturday, but that’s when a cold front is primed to begin moving in, cooling and clearing the area. Initial frontal impact in NW Pearl River Co. is expected around 6 am, and we’ll see showers and thunderstorms throughout the rest of the evening, before Arctic air finally begins to move in. At the moment, we have a marginal risk for severe weather Sunday, so remain aware of your surroundings during the storms. That boundary won’t go too far, and is likely to become stationary just to the South, meaning clouds and some showers are possible from Monday to Tuesday, but a secondary front looks like it will move through around Thursday, giving us a much better & sunnier weekend.

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