Cooler and drier air is filtering in from the east as high pressure over southern Quebec, Canada is influencing our weather. Winds from the east are bringing in dew points that are down into the middle 50s in Georgia and extreme eastern Alabama. Those readings will be here tonight for overnight lows.
Tomorrow will see a return to full sunshine as high pressure at the surface and aloft takes full control for a day. A cold front will be marching across the southern Plains and arriving into the Mississippi Delta region on Sunday afternoon and evening. From there, it is looking more and more likely that this front will either stall or wash out back to our west, which means clouds for us on Monday and maybe a shower or two.
We should be dry Tuesday but a stray shower is then possible through the remainder of the week. Our next cold front will look to arrive either Friday or Saturday, but at this point, it is too early to determine whether or not this front will have much moisture to work with to produce rain.
Temperatures for the next 7 days will be in the low to middle 80s, exactly what we should expect for this time of year.
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