The breezy winds keep advisories active over the water, but we’ll see them calming overnight. Weak high pressure will move across the area over the next two days, causing our dry North wind to shift to a moist South wind, thus helping our “above average” temperatures for another day or two. A currently developing “Colorado Low” will begin moving across the country as well, eventually dragging a cold front through South MS Wednesday night. The high pressure behind this front will be a bit stronger, leading to some more “seasonal” weather as we head into the weekend. Expect a few evenings in the 30s and low 40s, while daytime highs will top out in the mid-to-upper 50s to begin next week.