Clouds have again thinned out across the area this afternoon, and we will go clear to mostly clear as we begin the overnight hours. A few more clouds will develop towards sunrise, and some areas of fog are possible, but these will both quickly burn off tomorrow morning leaving us with another beautiful day with highs in the mid 80s.
A cold front will be approaching Mississippi from the west tomorrow afternoon. It is expected to dissipate as it approaches the Delta, and so any rain tomorrow should stay to our west. With that said, if a strong enough thunderstorm complex can develop in the afternoon and outrace the front, it may be able to make it to the western fringes of the viewing area before it falls apart.
We remain dry through the first part of next week as high pressure remains firmly in control of the region. We won't see clouds increase until Tuesday as our next cold front approaches the area. This front will be able to make it through the area, but it looks like it will take two days for this to happen. A stray shower is possible late Tuesday as the front approaches with rain for all of us on Wednesday and Thursday as the front passes. As of now, no severe weather is expected with this front. We will usher in much drier and cooler air for the weekend, with highs potentially remaining in the lower to middle 70s.
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