After rain showers overnight, a few showers and storms have redeveloped across East Mississippi and West Alabama. A large squall line is back to the west, and will be approaching tomorrow afternoon. Out ahead of the line, more showers and storms will develop this afternoon and evening, and while the thunderstorms will weaken after sunset, some showers could still linger well into the overnight.
Tuesday will bring a cold front into the region, and once it arrives, a line of showers and storms that could be on the strong side. Our main threat is damaging winds with some small hail possible as well. The line and rain will exit by Wednesday morning, and outside of a lingering shower or storm, most of Wednesday looks dry.
Thursday will see high pressure start to build back in, leaving for a mostly dry day, but there runs the risk of showers and storms returning on Friday as an upper level low swings past the region. Once this exits, we return to a more summery pattern with hot and humid conditions leading to afternoon pop-up storms each day into next week as highs return to the low 90s.
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