A fantastic Friday across the Twin States as we work through the final Friday of the month! The beautiful sunshine is starting to be filtered through high clouds that are arriving from our west ahead of our next system and rain associated with it. The rain is just now approaching the Mississippi River, and should reach East Mississippi by sunrise with West Alabama following suit.
Rain and clouds will keep temperatures down tomorrow as some of us may not get out of the 70s through the day. Rain will start to exit in the afternoon and evening, with West Alabama clear of the rain by midnight Sunday morning.
We then see high pressure return as we move into Sunday and the start of next week, keeping us dry and warming us eventually back to the mid 90s. A stray shower is possible on Wednesday with our next best chance at rain on Thursday.
In the tropics, Tropical Storm Dorian is weakening in a very dry and sheared environment. Dorian may not remain a tropical cyclone through the weekend, but there is potential for regeneration late next week, so it is still something we are watching. More information on Dorian is available at wtok.com//weather/hurricane and on our Hurricane Tracker App.
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