High pressure is losing its influence over East Mississippi and West Alabama as more clouds have developed today and showers and storms have developed in North Mississippi and North Alabama. We should remain dry today and tonight, but a pop-up shower or storm will be possible Tuesday afternoon and evening.
The best rain chances arrive Wednesday and Thursday as a cold front will slide into the area from the north. The front will stay north of us on Wednesday but bring showers and storms, especially to locations north of Interstate 20, through the afternoon hours. The front will continue to slide through the area Wednesday night into Thursday, and even through the front will clear the area Thursday afternoon, there could still be shower and storm development behind the front.
Rain chances will taper off into the weekend as high pressure starts to return. Isolated showers and storms will be possible on Friday then back to the pop-up variety through the weekend and into next week. Humidity looks to remain up through the week and into the weekend. Highs will fluctuate between the lower and middle 90s. Lows look to remain a degree or two either side of 70.
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