12/21 Ryan’s “Dense Fog Returns” Thursday Forecast

After another clear afternoon, the dense fog returns to South Mississippi. Southerly winds throughout the day have kept moisture on the rise, so as we begin to cool after sundown this fog will begin to develop rapidly. Dense fog advisories have been issued for all six coastal counties and the surrounding marine areas until noon tomorrow in many cases, meaning it will linger into the early afternoon along the waterfront. Clouds increase through the night and into tomorrow as well as a much stronger cold front than the last few moves slowly through the area from Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. Current SPC forecasts include no severe weather areas for South Mississippi, and only showers are expected at the moment.

Things will really begin to improve for us as Christmas Eve rolls around. Skies will clear rapidly and temperatures will drop into the 50s almost immediately. Christmas Eve night will be the coldest in over a week, with a low near 36 and mostly clear skies. Christmas is looking even better with clear, sunny skies and an afternoon high in the mid-to-lower 50s. Temperatures begin to moderate at that point, slowly climbing into the lower and eventually upper 60s, but the weather will remain benign…perfect for a Holiday traveler’s trip home!

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