9/28 – Rob Knight’s Weekend Forecast

The main focus today will remain along and south of the Interstate 10 corridor with lower rain chances across Southwest Mississippi. Temperatures will generally be near or slightly below average in the middle 80s as convection generates and fairly extensive shield of cloud cover. Tonight should see lingering evening showers and thunderstorms dissipate by midnight with convection becoming more confined to the coastal waters.

The front should begin to slowly push to the north tomorrow with temperatures very close to average in the middle 80s. Although convective coverage will diminish as the sun sets, lingering scattered showers and storms could persist through the late evening hours. By Sunday, the  weak warm front will continue to push north toward Southwest Mississippi. Overall rain chances will remain fairly high at around 40 percent north of I-10, and storm motions will remain fast enough to keep the heavy rain threat low.this is the one for the next time of when the rest

The strengthening upper level ridge will be the dominant feature influencing the weather pattern from Monday through Thursday of next week, with a surge of drier air moving in later in the week.

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