Unsettled weather through the weekend

Carrie's 10 PM First Alert Forecast

We were warm and humid with scattered showers and thunderstorms this Thanksgiving Day. We are going to stay that way through the weekend. Tonight will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and maybe a few thunderstorms tonight. The rain is expected to dissipate overnight. Lows will remain in the 60s.

There will be patchy dense fog again tonight. In fact, there is a Dense Fog Advisory in effect for Stone and George Counties from 11 PM until 8 AM. Be careful if you’ll be out on the roadways. Make sure your lights are on low-beam, and if during daylight hours, make sure your headlights are turned on.

On Friday, there is a slight risk for strong to severe thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening hours.

Rain chances stay elevated through Sunday when a low pressure system is expected to move along the coast. If the system moves a little more to the north, we could see more strong to severe storms on Sunday. If it moves a little more to our south, we would see less of a risk of severe weather.

By early next week, we are expecting much colder air in place.