4/19 – Jeff’s “Mild” Wednesday Night Forecast

Tonight will be quiet for the most part with milder temperatures. Some light fog and low clouds could develop but that will quickly clear out tomorrow. Expect sunny skies and warm temperatures yet again. Winds will elevate tomorrow afternoon to winds of 10 to 20 miles per hour.

A system will eventually drape a cold front across our region. Rain chances will begin to elevate Friday morning as there is the potential for a complex of thunderstorms to develop. That would provide for a round of showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon. The cold front will move through South Mississippi overnight bringing showers with it.

Expect clearing skies Saturday along with drier air. Things begin to look murky in the extended as there is the potential for unsettled weather. Rain chances and cloud coverage look to be more elevated towards mid-week.

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