5/26 – The Chief’s “Continued WET” Friday-Eve Morning Forecast

An upper low-pressure system this morning is moving into Missouri, with the associated cold front appears to extend from Jackson to Lafayette, probably just moving into the Baton Rouge Metro area. Scattered convection will continue this morning with efficient rainmakers moving NE through south Mississippi.

The activity will begin to move east around noon as the front clears the area. High pressure will move into the area for Friday and Saturday with mostly sunny skies. Guidance temperatures are similar for Friday and Saturday and didn’t see much reason to deviate from them.

Weak low-pressure over the eastern Gulf of Mexico attempts to build westward Sunday into early next week as high-pressure builds into the Great Lakes and Ohio River Valley. Moisture levels will increase a bit as we get toward midweek.

Rives Stages: Residents along the Biloxi & Wolf rivers will find cresting Friday into Saturday morning before rives retreat into their banks.

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