It’s technically fall, but Mississippi weather hasn’t exactly been reflecting that. Highs in the 90s have been marking your days for a week now, but some good news is coming today.
Those hot days are about to end…for a little while, at least.
A cold front moving in from the west has already lent much dryer air to north Mississippi, with the rest of the state looking to cool off and dry out as early as tonight.
Greg Garrett with the National Weather Service says even though a cold front will impact our heavy and moist air, there’s not much expectation for rain. “We’re just looking at some cloud cover associated with the front and that’s about it.”
What can you expect? A distinct lack of humidity. “The air behind the cold front is drier, and the air will be a lot more comfortable.” said Garrett. “Temperatures will still be a little warm, highs in the 80s, but it will be much more comfortable.”