Ryan’s Wednesday Night Forecast

Mostly cloudy skies and just a few isolated showers describes our Wednesday, but we’ll see an increase in both of those factors moving forward. The cold front which has pushed through the area will remain just over the coastline, darkening our skies and causing more and more showers and thunderstorms as we head into the weekend. Between one and two inches are expected between tomorrow (Thursday) through Saturday, which normally wouldn’t be a big deal, but the Coast is already having flooding issues in both Hancock and Jackson County. No severe threat is expected for these storms, but the likelihood of thunderstorms goes up greatly as we get into the later Thursday hours, through Friday, and into Saturday. The Vernal Equinox will occur at 11:30 pm Saturday, and Sunday will thankfully bring in the sun with the first official day of Spring. We’ll see cooler temperatures and drier air to start the next work week.

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