Ryan’s “Warming Trend?” Wednesday Night Forecast

The local weather continued its trend of warming slightly each day, but it’s still cold out there tonight…dangerously so. Temperatures will begin climbing into the mid-to-upper 20s for the next two nights, meaning we’ve almost seen the end of our Hard Freeze Warnings for this cold snap. Our afternoon highs continue to rise as well, rising into the low 50s by Saturday. Expect sunny and clear skies throughout the rest of this week and into the weekend, but the skies will begin to darken Sunday afternoon rolls around and our next frontal system comes down from the mountains. Thunderstorms are possible during the overnight hours on Sunday into Monday with some showers likely lingering into the afternoon. This system will bring moisture and warmth, returning the 60s to South MS into Tuesday. Monday’s frontal passage will bring cooling, but nothing as drastic as the Arctic airmass we’re still dealing with, so expect much more seasonal weather with highs in the 50s as next weekend arrives.

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