After a week of rain and a cold night last night, today was very nice. We tied the record low at Key Field of 38 degrees this morning! We have been in a dry slot between the main band of rain that moved through yesterday, and a secondary band that is rotating through the West and Central parts of Mississippi this evening. The rain and temperature change is all due to a pesky Low Pressure system that continues to sit over Arkansas. That Low is forecast to move Southeast over the Northern part of Mississippi and Central Alabama tomorrow. We'll see some wraparound moisture that'll keep a chance of showers in the forecast through tomorrow. As soon as this Low passes to our East, our weather will greatly improve. Temperatures will rebound to normal levels in the 70s and 80s next week with lows holding in the 50s. We'll see the sun more during the first half of the week, with clouds increasing Thursday and Friday. Be sure to make up for lost time outside from this past week over the next few days. Enjoy it!
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