Our weekend was slightly drier and more sunny than the week before it, but things are moistening quickly all over again. Our next weather maker is moving in quickly from the northwest and until it passes the humidity will continue to rise. This has already led to the development of locally dense fog, and Dense Fog Advisories have now been issued for the coastal counties. Light showers will begin sporadically by 4 AM, though the strongest convection isn’t expected in the Gulfport area until after 9 AM.
SEVERE WEATHER ISN’T EXPECTED AT THIS TIME BUT A THUNDERSTORM OR TWO IS CERTAINLY POSSIBLE.
Cloud cover and scattered showers will continue through most of the afternoon, but breezy northerly winds will have the skies cleared by about 7 PM tomorrow night. We’ll enjoy these clear conditions for a few days before another, weaker boundary brings a slight chance of rain for Friday. Skies quickly clear and temperatures cool again for a gorgeous weekend, but the rain will move right back in as we begin next week.