Warm, humid air has moved in after a sunny weekend, and widespread fog is already developing. This is due to a slow-moving cold front, which is still days away from passing through. So tonight will remain in the mid-to-upper 60s with dense fog, and we’ll remain in a very similar pattern through the middle of the week.
IN FACT, IT WILL ONLY GET WARMER AND MORE HUMID UNTIL THE FRONT MOVES THROUGH BY THURSDAY.
Days of warm, moist air piling up will provide ample fuel for these storms, so severe weather is looking possible. The Storm Prediction Center currently has South MS under a “slight” risk, but an “enhanced” area is just to the northwest and could inch closer. Stay tuned to WXXV Your Weather Authority for the latest as it develops.