Thick fog sat over South Mississippi this morning and we’ll see similar conditions for much of the night ahead before a front brings some subtle changes. The cold front we’ve been expecting for the last few days is moving through, which is why we had such a rainy, cloudy afternoon. It won’t fully pass until around 3 AM, and until then the weather will remain calm and humid. The winds will begin shifting Northward in the early morning hours, so clearing is expected throughout the night and morning. A pop of cloud cover associated with “wrap-around moisture” and an upper level low will slide overhead in the afternoon, but mostly clear skies are expected afterward and through the weekend. The airmass moving in is Pacific in nature, meaning it is a little on the warmer side, so cold air advection will be limited with this system, and we shouldn’t see any temperatures South of 70 until late next week. Our next active weather window will be Tuesday night through Thursday morning when a stronger front is expected to bring more organized rain and the potential for isolated t-storms.