We started off unseasonably warm this morning, so warm that some of the low temperatures across the area were about where our afternoon highs should be for this time of year. A few spots dropped down into the mid and upper 40s, but most of us stayed in the 50s all night thanks to a warm front, and that translated into a very warm day across the whole viewing area. We all topped out in the upper 60s and low 70s this afternoon under mostly cloudy skies, so not a bad day by any means. Our warm airmass is battling a cold airmass to the North, where parts of North Mississippi stayed in the 40s all day, and it looks like that colder airmass is going to win out, but just for a day. As a cold front swings through tonight we could see some light showers, but a lot of us will stay dry. If you do see rain, don't expect it to last very long. We should start to see the clouds clear some tomorrow, and highs should stay in the upper 50s with a few of us touching 60. Tomorrow will be the coldest night in a few nights, but lows will only drop to around 40. We begin warming back up on Sunday, as highs reach into the mid 60s once again. Clouds start to return Monday ahead of what looks like will be a pretty powerful storm system that will move over us Tuesday night into Wednesday. We get very warm the beginning of next week, and could see some strong storms, but it's still about 4-5 days away, so we have plenty of time to watch it. After that, we should see a big cool down, as highs drop back into the low 50s and lows go back to the low 30s for Thursday and Friday.
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