Skies have been mostly cloudy to overcast through the day, and that will continue tonight as well. Some pop-up storms have fired and they will work through the area until around sunset when they will lose daytime heating and fall apart. We will repeat our trend of afternoon storms for Tuesday but storms should be a little less in coverage as some slightly drier air arrives across East Mississippi and West Alabama.
Temperatures will be warm again tonight as we will only bottom out in the upper 60s to near 70. Temperatures will climb into the mid and upper 80s for Tuesday, which is the last day we will see those readings until next week.
Our next cold front arrives on Wednesday afternoon bringing rain and storms. Any storms that develop on Wednesday could be on the strong to possibly severe side with strong winds and small hail. Rain will continue through early Thursday morning before it should clear our West Alabama counties by lunch time with temperatures struggling to 70 degrees.
Once the front clears, we will be dry through the weekend and into next week with highs rebounding back to the mid 80s by Monday.
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