4/11 – Rob Martin’s “Showers Then Storms” Monday Evening Forecast

A southerly flow will keep cloud cover, humidity, and spotty showers around through Tuesday, mainly afternoon and evening.  No severe weather is expected during this time. We’ll continue with the mild, humid nights through most of the week. A slow-moving cold front approached Wednesday with numerous showers, thunderstorms, and potentially heavy rain. We’ll be in a slight risk level (2 of 5) for severe storms Wednesday, with the biggest concern being gusty winds, heavy rain, hail. The higher risk level looks to be to our northwest from Hattiesburg to Jackson. The arrival time of anything severe looks to be Wednesday after 6 PM.

We’ll have perhaps a brief break Thursday as it remains warm.  The front is forecast to stall just to our south later and weaken, but it could bring showers back into the area Friday through the weekend as it drifts close the coast.

Multiple weak disturbances will move across the area with each capable of developing scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday into the weekend. Luckily there is nothing rather potent at this time suggesting the possibility

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