We just missed the record high in Gulfport today, and we’re in for another foggy night before we continue warming into the weekend.
WE’LL GRADUALLY WARM INTO THE MID 80S BY SATURDAY, BUT A FEW RAPID FIRE FRONTS KEEP IT FROM GETTING OUT OF HAND.
The first front arrives Sunday afternoon and won’t bring much of a rain chance. Current chances sit at around 20%, and thunderstorms will be hard to come by. This front will bring some slightly cooler and drier air, so the afternoon high will only fall into the upper 70s for a day.
EXPECT A RAPID INFLUX OF WARM, MOIST AIR AHEAD OF OUR NEXT FRONT TUESDAY EVENING.
The airmass behind this front will be much cooler and drier, so expect much cooler highs in the mid 70s with lows falling into the mid 50s!