Monday’s Forecast

A pretty nice start to the day so far. A nearby stalled front keeps us with a rain chance today and tomorrow. Then, a drier trend by midweek.
Published: May. 22, 2023 at 4:36 AM CDT|Updated: May. 22, 2023 at 11:32 AM CDT
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Over the last 48 hours, a weak cool front passed across our area. This has allowed for a lower humidity feel so far today. Heading into this afternoon, we’ll be warming up with highs in the mid to upper 80s, perhaps a few degrees warmer than yesterday. A few isolated rain showers have popped up. But, rain chances today are fairly low. Much of Coastal Mississippi may see no rain at all today. And even those that do see rain today, they’ll also see many rain-free hours too. Tomorrow, a higher rain chance as the stalled front and its moisture lingers a bit closer to us. Then, the rain chances should slim up Wednesday into the upcoming holiday weekend as a drier pattern sets up across the southeast region. In the tropics, there’s a very low chance for a system to form between Bermuda and the Bahamas within the next seven days. This is not considered a threat to our local area. There are no tropical concerns to the Gulf for the next seven days or more. Hurricane season officially begins on June 1.