Warm week ahead

Possible showers by end of the week

Carrie's 10 PM First Alert Forecast

We are going to be mild tonight with lows dropping into the 60s. Our dew point temperatures are pretty high, as well, so we will likely have to deal with fog again in the overnight and morning hours. Plan your commute accordingly and allow extra travel time if possible. There is a Dense Fog Advisory in effect for Pearl River County until 10 AM Tuesday.

We are going to be warm this week with temperatures slightly above average in the low to mid 80s. By the later part of the week, we are going to see a chance for some rain thanks to some tropical moisture, not organized, moving toward the northern Gulf of Mexico. We really could use some rain, but it doesn’t look like all areas will see rain.

In the tropics, we are tracking Tropical Storm Epsilon in the Atlantic. Epsilon is expected to become a hurricane this week as it look like it could move close to Bermuda. There is also an area in the Caribbean with a low chance for development. We will keep you updated.