Ryan’s “Rainy Wednesday” Night Forecast

It’s been another interesting day in South Mississippi weather-wise, but Wednesday night seems to be calming down a bit. Like yesterday, we saw storms begin to pop up in the Northern coastal counties in the late afternoon, but by the evening they had almost completely dissipated from the radar. Still expecting a cooler, humid night though, with light winds shifting West, then North, as we head into tomorrow. Thursday will be another partly cloudy day with a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms, a trend which will continue into the start of the weekend. The frontal boundary which moves into the area will take its time leaving, and the effects of it will be felt as late as Saturday morning, but after that we will see some significant clearing. Saturday, Sunday, and eventually Monday are all expected to have mostly sunny skies, low rain chances, and temperatures in the low 90s, so it looks like you can continue with your Independence Day plans.

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