Warm and humid conditions will continue across South Mississippi today with temperatures reaching the mid 70s area-wide. Southerly wind flow will continue to bring in warmer, moist air off the Gulf of Mexico.
Dense fog development is likely again overnight into early tomorrow morning, particularly for areas along the I-10 corridor and southward to the coast. Forecasters at the National Weather Service have already mentioned the possibility of issuing a Dense Fog Advisory for the viewing area tonight.
Even after the fog burns off, skies will continue to remain overcast through the day tomorrow. Rain chances will be at around 50 percent in the morning on Tuesday, going up to 80 percent in the afternoon and evening. The latest computer models are showing that rain will linger into Wednesday morning as well, so rain chances are at around 50 percent for Wednesday too.
Eventually, a cold front will push through and rain will clear out, but skies will remain generally mostly cloudy through the middle of the week. Temperatures will drop about 20 degrees Tuesday into Wednesday.
On Wednesday, highs will be in the mid 50s with overnight lows dropping into the lower to mid 40s. By the end of the week, we should warm up as the air mass begins to modify, with daytime highs in the lower to mid 60s and lows in the 40s.