3/12 – Jeff Vorick’s “Cold Frontal Passage” Sunday Night Forecast

Showers and a few thunderstorms are making their way through South Mississippi as a cold front transits the region. High wind gusts and small hail can be expected with these. The activity will exit our area tonight with the cold front. Colder air will work in overnight and be with us through the first portion of this week.

Skies will clear out tomorrow throughout the day. Temperatures will only max out in the 60s and it will feel much cooler with elevated northerly winds. Winds eventually back off overnight Monday into Tuesday. A trough of low pressure will swing through late Tuesday. All it will bring is some cloud coverage prior to daybreak Wednesday.

The pattern will begin to moderate during the middle of the week. More warmth and moisture returns towards the end of this week ahead of the next system/cold front. It looks to make its way through South Mississippi Friday bringing with it a chance of showers and thunderstorms, along with another cool-down.

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