Yesterday’s cold front has brought much drier air into South MS, so expect much more pleasant weather…for now. We’ll enjoy these dry conditions for the rest of tonight and much of tomorrow, but the evening will bring a rush of humid air as a front approaches.
WE’LL FIRST SEE A WARM FRONT EARLY SUNDAY MORNING, AND THE COLD FRONT LATER IN THE EVENING.
Throughout that time we’ll see a significant risk of severe weather. Most of South MS will be under an “enhanced” risk, but a rare “moderate” risk lies just to the north. This means all forms of severe weather are possible, from strong, long-track tornadoes to large, damaging hail.
HEAVY RAIN, FREQUENT LIGHTNING, AND LARGE SWATHS OF DAMAGING STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS ARE BASICALLY GUARANTEED.
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