Ryan’s “Rainy Thursday” Forecast

Light rain fell across the MS Gulf Coast today as a weak low pressure wave moved across the area. The sky had mostly cleared by around 8 PM, but we’re expecting a moderate to dense fog to develop along along the coastline. (Update: Dense Fog Advisory issued from now until 10 AM Friday for Harrison, Hancock, and Jackson Counties.) After this fog clears Friday will be very "spring like" warmer temperatures reaching the upper 60s and low 70s with moderate humidity. Friday night will be a bit rougher, with storms racing through South Mississippi just after midnight and lasting through the early morning hours on Saturday. This system is related to more mid level shortwaves, but is stronger than the system which moved through earlier. Severe weather is not expected, but strong thunderstorms could develop. After that, Sunday through Wednesday looks to stay slightly warmer than seasonal, with temps in the mid to upper 50s during the day and dropping into the upper 30s or low 40s at night.
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