11/08 Ryan’s “Slightly Drier” Thursday Evening Forecast


It was slightly drier than expected in South MS today as most of the showers lingered over the Northern coastal counties, but we’re not done with the rain just yet. We’ll see a break from the rain through the night, but the high humidity will lead to the potential for more patchy fog.

By sunrise tomorrow the clouds will begin to gather again ahead of yet another front which will bring showers and storms for tomorrow afternoon and evening.

No severe weather and only about an inch of rain is possible with that particular frontal system, and we’ll begin seeing improving conditions quickly through the night. By Saturday, the sun will have returned to the sky and we’ll see a much cooler afternoon in the upper 50s. Another front is poised to move through as early as Monday though, so those clear and drier conditions won’t last long. After that final front though we’ll see some drastic airmass changes. Highs will fall from the 60s to the low-to-mid 50s, and nights will flirt with freezing in the low-to-mid 30s for a few nights in the middle of the week.