Ryan’s “Dry Trend” Monday Evening Forecast

We’re in the midst of a dry trend right now in South MS, but even then an afternoon shower can’t be mathematically ruled out.

We’re seeing upper level ridging in the area, and the surface high pressure will combine to continue limiting shower and thunderstorm activity over the next few days.

Expect these days to still be hot and uncomfortably humid with heat indices in just reaching the triple digits. Southerly flow will return as Thursday rolls around, which will help increase moisture levels and will enable showers to once again begin popping up in the afternoon. The rainy days won’t last long, and we’ll be back to our typical “summertime pattern” very quickly. That said, expect a few clouds to linger through the weekend with around a 30% chance of rain each day into the beginning of next week.

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