Warm and humid conditions along with plenty of clouds have been the story the last couple of days, and will remain true for one more. Saturday will feature plenty of clouds with the chance at a shower or storm, although they will be very isolated in nature.
The warm and humid conditions set the stage for a potential squall line to arrive on Sunday as our cold front swings through. Right now, it looks like the best chance for any severe weather will be confined to the Mississippi Delta, as greater support lies there. For East Mississippi and West Alabama, rain looks to arrive late morning/early afternoon and depart Sunday night. A strong storm cannot be ruled out with some gusty winds and small hail.
Behind our cold front, temperatures will dip for a day with lower humidity before we rebound right back to around 90 for the middle of next week. The end of the week looks to see the return of pop-up showers and storms.
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