Rain has dampened our day today as a cold front continues to march across the Magnolia State. The heavy rain is now done, but we could see a few more showers through the evening hours until the front actually clears in a few hours. Behind the front, skies will start to clear, but we are also going to see some pretty dense fog build in tonight, and I would not be surprised if many of us wake up to dense fog advisories in the morning.
Once the fog lifts late tomorrow morning (around 10 and 11), we will begin a quick warm up under full sunshine and should just make it to the 60s before temperatures plummet very quickly.
A cold front will work through early Wednesday morning and could touch off some precipitation, but this front will not have a lot of moisture to work with. Also, with temperatures quickly dropping above the surface, there is the chance (and it is VERY small) that we see a snow flurry or two make it to the ground overnight. Little to no accumulation is expected if we are able to get enough moisture to get snow to form, but it is something we could see overnight Tuesday.
Wednesday will be the coldest day of the next 7 with highs struggling to reach the mid 40s. We warm back to the 50s for Thursday before our next cold front ushers in even more cold air for the weekend. Highs will be in the 40s and 50s through the weekend with lows in the 20s, but we do look to finally stay dry for an entire weekend for the first time since November!
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