The humidity is a little higher. We are going to see higher dew point temperatures which will keep our overnight lows a little milder in the 70s. Wednesday will be partly to mostly cloudy, hot and humid in the afternoon with high temperatures in the upper 80s to low 90s. Thursday, our rain chances increase as a disorganized area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico moves closer to the northern gulf. At this time, the low looks like it will bring rainy conditions to the panhandle of Florida through the day on Thursday. Models take the system east across the Florida peninsula through the weekend and into the Atlantic by early next week. Our rain chances decrease on Friday, as the low is anticipated to move away from South Mississippi. We will keep an eye on it and keep you posted.
It’s going to be another hot one today! We’ll be in the upper 80s and low 90s this afternoon with a partly cloudy sky. Many of us won’t see any rain, but a few isolated showers and storms are possible this afternoon and evening. Our rain chances will increase a little bit Monday through Wednesday. Here's the latest forecast.
Happy first day of fall! We officially began the new season at 1:50 AM. It has been mild this morning, but we will heat up into the upper 80s and low 90s this afternoon. Rain chances will be slim to none, and most of us will see lots of sunshine. Only a stray shower or two will be possible. It looks like we'll be pretty hot for a while. Here's the latest forecast.
From WOAT to DOAT? We had almost 100 inches of rain in 2021, Gulfport-Biloxi's wettest year of all time. And for 2023 so far we've only seen 25 inches of rain. If the year ended today, it'd be our driest of all time. And even if we see normal rainfall for the rest of the year, it could still rank in the top 5 driest years. Click and watch the forecast video for details.