2/23 – Rob Knight’s “Way Above Seasonal Norms” Wednesday Morning Forecast

Warm and humid flow will continue from the Gulf of Mexico giving us dense fog in the area this morning. A dense fog advisory will be in effect through 10 a.m. Both tomorrow and Friday mornings will also have areas of dense fog. Temperatures will remain well above seasonal average with the highs for today being in the upper 70s and overnight lows in the mid-60s.

A cold front draped across north central Mississippi will keep the bulk of the rain north of our area through Friday morning. With the proximity of the front, this afternoon and Thursday afternoon will bring a couple of stray showers, even potentially a thunderstorm. The front north of the area will get a kick to the northeast Thursday night, sweeping through south MS Friday morning. Expect changes heading into the weekend with a slightly cooler air mass bringing temperatures back to seasonal average in the mid-60s.  The big parade weekend will bring clouds mixed with sunshine.

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