Don’t expect any changes to those dense fog conditions tonight, but a cold front will bring sunny weather back by Sunday. Tonight will remain mild and humid with dense fog and scattered showers. These conditions carry over into the first half of tomorrow, but will begin to change as the front moves in through the evening. Winds will increase from the south, and the showers become more frequent as bears down on South Mississippi.
It won’t be until just before midnight that the leading edge of the strongest convection arrives.
This will be the window we’ll have the highest chance of seeing some potentially severe weather. It may be upgraded tomorrow, but right now this system only has a “marginal” risk for severe weather in South Mississippi.
A “marginal” risk means our biggest threats will be heavy rains, lightning, small to medium hail, and damaging straight line winds; but a weak, short-lived tornado cannot be ruled out.
Be sure to download our WXXV Weather Authority app and stay tuned to WXXV FOX/NBC during the storm for the latest updates. High pressure and cooler, drier air moves in behind this system and will bring our first completely sunny skies in weeks for the start of the week before clouds and scattered showers move back in.