It’ll be another cold one tonight, but only the inland areas need to worry about a freeze. Warmth from the Mississippi Sound will keep temperatures along the waterfront slightly north of freezing, but inland areas won’t be as lucky. It won’t be cold enough, long enough to issue any watches or warnings, but regardless it will still be quite cold.
Afternoon highs remain in the “mild” range for a few more days, but winds will shift from the South by Thursday afternoon so our temperature and humidity will begin climbing into the weekend.
This warming trend continues until our next front moves in on Saturday, which will bring a significant amount of rainfall throughout the day. So it’s cooler now, will warm quickly into the weekend ahead of a rainy day, but then cool again behind the cold front.