Another beautiful day across East Mississippi and West Alabama as high pressure is still in control for us above the surface. A cold front is developing in the Intermountain West, and this front will arrive on Wednesday. Until then, clouds will increase as we work through our Tuesday, but rain should hold off until Wednesday morning.
The front will lack upper level support as it arrives, meaning thunderstorm and heavy rainfall potential will be limited. In fact, it appears at worst we will see scattered showers through the day on Wednesday and lingering into Thursday.
As the front passes on Thursday, much cooler and drier air will filter into the region. Temperatures will drop into the 70s for highs and 40s for lows, and will remain there into next week. There is one more shot at seeing a rain shower on Saturday as some deep tropical moisture from the Pacific crosses overhead, but that is a very slim chance at this moment.
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