3/19 – Payton’s Monday Night Forecast

The cold front continues to approach the area. Behind it drier air will filter into the area. This will lead to very pleasant conditions under clear skies despite
being below normal for temperatures Tuesday into Wednesday. Very
low humidity values down around 25 percent are expected during
peak heating on Wednesday, so naturally this will support some
cooler low temperatures in the low to mid 40s for the south
Mississippi Tuesday and Wednesday nights.

Northwest flow aloft and surface high pressure will keep the
forecast area dry on Thursday with moderating high temperatures
returning closer to the seasonal normals. Upper level troughs on
both the west and east coast regions will be gradually sliding
east which will allow the shortwave ridge to move over and east of
the forecast area Friday night through Saturday night. Southwest
flow will become more active in the southern stream out of Mexico
and Texas, so the next initial weak shortwave trough may bring our
next chance of showers about Monday, but it appears it should
be dry and warm this weekend.

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