Monday’s Forecast

A stretch of dry days this week... until St. Patrick's Day Friday. Looks like the Luck of the Irish might not be enough to keep the rain away. Click and watch t
Published: Mar. 13, 2023 at 4:10 AM CDT|Updated: Mar. 13, 2023 at 9:05 AM CDT
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Over the last 24 hours, rain totals of about one to two inches have fallen across Coastal Mississippi with some of the highest amounts in Jackson County and southern Harrison County. Hailstones the size of ping-pong balls fell from severe thunderstorms last night in some locations including areas near the Hancock-Harrison County line near Dedeaux, Pass Christian, and Lizana. Looking ahead to today, it will be drier as high pressure takes over our weather pattern for the next few days. In the wake of a cold front, things are cooling off. Plan on a breezy and chilly morning with temperatures in the 50s and upper 40s. This afternoon should bring highs in the cool 60s. Then tonight, after midnight, low temperatures will likely fall into the lower 40s... the last time Coastal Mississippi was that cool was over three weeks ago on February 19th!