Storms ending in South Mississippi this afternoon as the cold front heads toward the Gulf Coast. Behind the front, gradual clearing will continue from north to south as slightly cooler and drier air arrives. For tonight, mostly clear and cooler with morning lows in the middle to upper 50s, which is still several degrees above average for early to mid April.
The first half of the weekend looks great! Sunshine returns Saturday, and very pleasant with highs in the upper 70s along with a refreshing northeast breeze and lower humidity. A few showers are possible in extreme South Mississippi by late afternoon, but most of us remain dry.
The news is not so good for Sunday: Showers (along with a few storms) increase in coverage throughout the day; while we're not expecting a completely wash-out, expect periods of rain with rumbles of thunder.
The pattern remains unsettled into next week, featuring off and on rain/storms on a daily basis.
Have a great weekend!