A mix of sun and clouds has been with us throughout the day, but rain has been hard to come by for our Monday. That will change as we work into Tuesday as an upper level area of low pressure will move from Central Alabama to start the day to southwest Mississippi by evening. As this low spins to the west, it will provide lift for showers and storms to develop and move from west to east. East Mississippi and West Alabama look to be the bulls-eye for the rain Tuesday, limiting just how warm we will actually get.
We will see a break in the rain on Wednesday outside of an isolated storm, which should allow us to return to 90. Thursday will see another system slide through the area from our north, giving us our best chance at rain in the seven day. Once this system passes, we will be virtually rain free to start the weekend.
Highs climb into the lower and middle 90s for Friday and Saturday before clouds and cooler weather start to return for the start of next week. The return of clouds will also mean a little better chance for isolated showers and storms each day.
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