Published: Thu, September 07, 2017
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

Thursday's First Warning Forecast: A cool down and return to sunshine

Thursday's First Warning Forecast: A cool down and return to sunshine

Highs will remain in the low 90s with high humidity.

MON/TUE/WED: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies, but still no rain chances through the first half of next week.

Late week all eyes turn south, where Hurricane Irma will be nearing the Bahamas. Temperatures slowly dip into the lower 50s for lows. Friday night is expected to be mostly clear and in the low 60s. Temperatures Wednesday afternoon will be almost ten degrees below normal as we struggle to make it into the low 80s. Temps will be running a little cooler than last night with lows around 60°. Temperatures will be a bit warmer in the afternoon with most topping out in the lower 70s.

Irma will continue to march through the eastern Caribbean as a Category 5 with wind sustained around 180 miles per hour.

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WATCHING IRMA REMNANTS NEXT WEEK: Monday skies start sunny, then clouds increase. If we're lucky we'll push the front and rain offshore just in time for the Patriots opener, but it will be close. Irma will not have a direct impact on MS weather. The timing and location of this turn will determine the impacts on Florida and much of the Southeast.

Monday|Sunny. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the mid 50s. Max winds as of this writing are at 185 miles per hour.

Hurricane Irma became the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic Tuesday.

Hurricane Irma is moving just to north of Hispaniola this morning as a dangerously strong Category 5 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 180 miles per hour. Hurricane Katia is churning in the Gulf of Mexico. HOWEVER, storm surge and flooding will still be a MAJOR issue for Georgia and the Carolinas.

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