2/24 – Rob Knight’s “Changes Ahead” Thursday Morning Forecast

Above seasonal average temperatures will continue until a cold front makes its way through our area early tomorrow morning. The warmer temperatures coupled with high relative humidity values has dense fog back in the area this morning. A dense fog advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. Ahead of the front, isolated showers will be possible very early tomorrow morning. Colder, drier air mass will begin to move in once the front clears the area. Cloud coverage will continue through Friday and only partially clear this weekend.

The tail end of the front will flair north along the northwestern Gulf of Mexico this weekend, keeping cloud coverage along the MS gulf coast. Low rain potential will be in the area but mostly west of the I-55 corridor Sunday. The pattern looks fairly quiet heading into the first week of March.

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