Our warm-up was out in full force today as we topped out in the 70s, with partly cloudy skies. It was a great day to enjoy the outdoors, and with the exception of a few thunderstorms, it's going to stay that way for the rest of the week. A squall line is taking shape over Central Texas this evening, and is about to move through the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro Area. Just about the entire line is Severe Thunderstorm-warned. That line will continue moving East out ahead of a cold front, and will impact us mainly during the overnight hours tomorrow night into Monday morning. Right now, it looks as if things will get going over the Southwestern part of Mississippi Sunday afternoon. The greatest severe threat will remain there. As the line works East, it will enter an atmosphere not as conducive to severe weather, but we could still see a strong storm or two as it moves through our viewing area early Monday morning. It should be out of here by lunchtime Monday, and we will immediately start to clear out. It will knock temperatures for Tuesday down a little bit into the 60s, but we will be sunny with highs in the 70s for the rest of the week.
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