Windy and rainy conditions persist

Carrie's 10 PM First Alert Forecast

We are going to see light on and off showers overnight and into the day on Tuesday. We may see some heavier showers during the daytime hours. Lows will be in the mid 60s. We expect an increase in humidity and temperatures over the next few days as the tropical air mass associated with Tropical Storm Beta moves to our north.

We are under a Coastal Flood Warning for Hancock County with tides expected to run up to three feet above normal. There is a Coastal Flood Advisory in effect for Harrison and Jackson Counties with tide one to two feet above normal. High tides will be in the early morning hours: 1 AM to 3 AM for Tuesday morning and 2 AM to 4 AM Wednesday morning.

While the winds will lead to some coastal flooding, heavy rain could also cause some flash flooding, especially in low-lying areas. We could see some pockets of one to two additional inches of rain over the rest of this week. Winds will be shifting back to a southeasterly then southerly flow this week at 10-20 mph.

Our highest rain chances will be Wednesday and Thursday as the remnants of Beta move over us and to our north.