Fog on repeat, then a cold front tomorrow night

Okay, campers, rise and shine, and don’t forget your to use your headlights because it’s FOGGY out there! It seems like it’s foggy here every day. You can expect hazardous travel due to poor visibility on roads. And for areas near bays and coastal waters, the fog may linger into the afternoon. The big question on everybody’s lips is when will we be done with this fog? The answer? Once a cold front arrives later this week and finally changes our weather pattern. We’ll be warm today and Thursday with highs ranging from the mid to upper 60s on the coast to the mid 70s inland. But, then we should finally see some change as a cold front arrives Thursday night with scattered showers. We’ll feel windy, drier, and cooler air throughout the day on Friday. Unfortunately, this won’t be a “clean” cold front. This means that southwesterly flow aloft will continue behind the front and this will keep our skies on the cloudier side for Saturday. That means it could be quite cool for local parades in Lucedale and in Picayune on Saturday so you’ll want to dress warmly as you ask “Mister” to throw you something. It should start to warm back up on Sunday and get even warmer next week.