Today was our last really warm day that we will see for at least the next week. We got up into the mid 80s across the viewing area under partly to mostly cloudy skies. A cold front is working its way across the state. It is currently draped across the Delta, and some storms have started firing in East Mississippi ahead of it. A Tornado Warning was in effect for Monroe County (North of Columbus) earlier this evening, and it looks like most of the isolated severe weather will stay to our North. There are some storms starting to pop up farther to the South near our area that will move through the WTOK viewing area. These are not severe at the moment, but they bear watching as they continue to move to the East. After the front passes tonight, the weather will turn quite nice and seasonable. We'll see highs in the upper 70s and lows in the 40s and 50. A reinforcing shot of cold air comes in Wednesday night and Thursday. A few showers are possible with that system as well. Tropical Storm Rafael is moving to the NE away from the US and does not pose any threat to us. The weather should be really nice this week!
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