Fog and showers until the front passes in the morning

Bundle up

Tonight, we are going to see some patchy fog until the front moves through the area or we see some showers. Get your winter gear ready; mother nature is not fooling around!

We have seen our share of showers lately, and we’re going to see even more over the next few days. It doesn’t look like a lot of heavy rain, but it does look like a cold and windy rain for South Mississippi over the next couple of days. Be prepared for winter when you head outdoors over the next couple of days, with rain gear in hand.

The front will move through in the morning hours and our temperatures are going to steady drop, and the winds will increase making it feel even colder than it will already be. We are going to struggle to get out of the 40s, and wind chills will likely be in the 30s all day. Overnight lows for Tuesday night will fall into the low 40s, maybe a few upper 30s inland. We expect some clouds and showers to stick around through Wednesday. Highs will likely stay in the 40s for Wednesday, as well.

The clouds will clear overnight Wednesday into Thursday and the cold air will drop to the low 30s inland and low to mid 30s along the coast. By Thursday, the sunshine will be a sight for sore (and cold) eyes. Temperatures will feel much better accompanied by the sun even though sticking in the mid 50s. The temperatures will gradually warm by the weekend into the mid 60s for highs, while lows will stay in the mid 40s. Bundle up and try to stay warm and dry!