Grey skies moved in as expected overnight, and wet conditions moved in as it rained through the afternoon with even more expected overnight and into tomorrow. What’s left of a warm front is almost directly overhead, but all that energy and moisture is going to be combined with another frontal system moving in from the Northwest, keeping rain in the area for at least the next 24 hours or more. The “marginal” threat for severe weather has been lifted out of South MS, but is still close enough to be concerning so watch for at least a few strong thunderstorms tomorrow morning. This new front will pass through just after noon tomorrow, but it’s quite slow moving and showers are expected to linger into the night but will begin clearing by the overnight hours. Thursday gives us the best chance of a sunny and cooler day, but i expect some light cloud cover to linger near the coastline along a stationary front, which will become our next frontal system as early as Friday morning. This system will move through the area first as warm front, then as a cold front as it lifts to the Northeast. This next frontal passage won’t occur until Sunday morning so the wet conditions stay for the entire weekend, and seemingly into next week as well.