A beautiful fall weekend ahead

The skies have been clear and the air crisp. The lower dew points have made it feel much nicer and like fall in South Mississippi. If you’re heading out for Friday night football, don’t forget your jacket because you just might need it by the end of the game.

Tonight will be another cool one. It is going to be cool again Saturday morning, but it will not be as cool as this morning. You still may want a light jacket or long sleeve for the early morning, but it will be nice and warm in the upper 70s to low 80s in the afternoon hours. The nice, dry weather continues through Saturday.

The humidity returns Sunday and sticks around for a day or two, but the humidity will not as high as what we had been feeling. The temps will warm slightly warmer, as well, especially overnight temps. Winds will shift back to a southerly flow. We are tracking another cold front that should move through Monday or Tuesday and cool us down again Tuesday into Wednesday and beyond. There may be a few rain showers with that front early next week, but it looks like low rain totals.

In the tropics, Leslie is still spinning in the open waters of the Atlantic, no threat to the U.S. And Nadine expected to fall apart by this weekend over the open waters of the Atlantic. The disturbance in the southwestern Caribbean now a 0% chance for development over the next five days. It is not considered a threat. Hurricane Season ends November 30th.