It’s still dry in South Mississippi and while I’m not expecting any significant changes until just before the weekend, we will see a bit of inland frost overnight. High pressure continues to build in the Southeast, so the clear and dry conditions are not going anywhere anytime soon. Tomorrow’s high temperature will remain in the mid 60s with low humidity, though a few wispy will begin to creep in. While the temperature will rise into the upper 60s by Thursday as Southerly winds pick up in the afternoon, but it won’t rise into the 70s until Friday which is also with the first significant cloud cover we’ve seen in a while will show up along with a few showers. As we begin St. Patrick’s Day weekend the mostly cloudy skies will linger and we’ll see scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorm, but nothing severe or organized is expected. By next Monday a cold front will be moving through, bringing a few showers and a slightly cooler start to Tuesday, but highs will still be about 10 degrees warmer than they are now.