Ryan’s “Post Frontal” Tuesday Night Forecast

We began our “post frontal” weather pattern this afternoon after the overnight front brought showers and thunderstorms, so dry and sunny weather is expected for the rest of the week. The ridge building in the Southeast behind the front is moving slowly, so these conditions will continue with very little change until around Saturday which is when our next active weather will arrive. This weather will come on the back of another cold front, which will form early Saturday over the Great Plains, but won’t actually pass through South MS until Sunday. We’ll see sunny, clear, and mild days until then, but at that point “return flow” sets up bringing higher humidity, cloud cover, and warmer temperatures. It’s not looking like severe weather will be expected with this event, but a few thunderstorms are possible. Don’t forget to “spring forward” Sunday morning, and after the front passes through we’ll be springing into a cooler and drier workweek.

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