High humidity sticking around for the next 12 to 24 hours

Oh my humidity! Fog this morning and air you could wear. We are waiting for this front to pass through South Mississippi; until then, the humidity will stay high over the next 12 to 24 hours. The humidity is up just like the temperatures.

We are still going to see some scattered showers, so keep your umbrella handy for those pop-up showers. There is a surge of moisture off the Gulf of Mexico ahead of a cold front. The front should move south of the area Wednesday, and the drier air will follow. Waking up Thursday morning, it will be noticeably cooler and drier, and feel more like fall again…for a couple of days.

We are in that seasonal change pattern where fronts tease us with fall for a couple of days before the heat and humidity returns for a couple of days. Ahead of the fronts, we’ll see warmer temperatures and more humid conditions. Behind the front, we’ll bask in the cooler and drier air. This weekend we’ll see a chance for scattered showers associated with a stronger cold front. In the wake of the weekend front, we expect morning low temperatures in the upper 40s inland and low 50s closer to the coast.

In the tropics, there is no activity expected over the next five days. Hurricane Season ends November 30th.