It’s been a stormy afternoon in South MS, and it won’t end anytime soon. The first line of storms is already through, and now we’re seeing periods of light-to-moderate rain.
WE’LL CONTINUE TO SEE THESE WAVES OF THUNDERSTORMS MOVING IN WITH MORE AND MORE SHOWERS IN BETWEEN, BUT THE SEVERE RISKS LESSEN SOME FROM TODAY’S GOING FORWARD.
Today had a “slight” risk as that initial squall line moved in, but the SPC has only forecast for “marginal” or less for Friday and Saturday. Due to this extended rain event Flash Flood watches have been issued for the coastal counties and Pearl River as upwards of 5+ inches on average of rainfall is possible through the weekend.
SKIES WILL FINALLY CLEAR AS WE HEAD INTO THE NEXT WORK WEEK, BUT THE SUNNY CONDITIONS ARE ONLY TEMPORARY.
Cloud cover starts moving in again by Tuesday/Wednesday. Not expecting much rain then though, but it’ll still be hot and a bit humid.