The clouds, moisture and winds are all increasing today ahead of our next storm system. Today will be dry with a mix of sun and clouds. Tomorrow our attention turns to the threat for severe weather after noon into the early nighttime hours. South Mississippi is currently under an Enhanced Risk (Level3/5) for severe weather. Plan to keep a close eye on the skies from noon until tomorrow night. The main line of t-storms won’t move through until tomorrow evening into the nighttime, but we will have to watch the potential for supercells to develop ahead of the main line. If these t-storms develop there could be a high wind and tornado threat earlier in the afternoon. It’s not a guarantee these develop and become severe, but it’s something we’ll be watching tomorrow pretty closely. Another line will move through around or after sunset and bring the risk for high winds and isolated tornadoes. Good Friday we start to clear out and Easter weekend is looking beautiful!