Cool temperatures are expected for the first part of the night in the mid to upper 50s through midnight, but temperatures will start to rise through the overnight hours, back into the mid 60s around sunrise. We expect some patchy fog in the overnight hours. Our dewpoints are going to be high, as well, making it feel pretty humid. Our winds will pick up out of the south.
Tuesday brings an increase in cloud cover and a chance for scattered showers and storms. It will be warm and muggy with highs in the low to mid 70s. The humidity will increase even more ahead of a cold front, and we’ll likely see showers and storms early Wednesday morning. There is a low-end risk for a few strong to severe storms with heavy rain, gusty winds, hail, and a brief tornado. Most of the rain and clouds should clear by midday Wednesday.
Dense fog has been causing travel troubles this morning, and we will likely see some fog hanging around along the coastal areas today. The inland areas are seeing the fog lift, but there are still plenty of clouds. Highs will be in the upper 60s to low 70s. We could see a few isolated showers this afternoon, but models bring in a few scattered showers this evening; not everyone will see rain. A stationary front just north of South Mississippi is splitting our weather conditions in the southeast. South the the front: fog, warm and humid conditions. North of the front: cold, winter weather and ice.
It’s another foggy evening on the coast, and a Dense Fog Advisory remains in effect for Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson Counites. A few showers can’t be ruled out. However, a slow moving cold front will bring cooler and drier air overnight. The fog should clear by Wednesday morning. Temperatures will be in the upper 40s to low 50s.Wednesday will stay mostly cloudy, and it will be cooler. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s. Rain is likely by Thursday. Here's the latest forecast.