After a very pleasant holiday weekend and low humidity, Mother Nature brings us back to reality starting on Monday as high pressure intensifies overhead and humidity begins to return to the area. The returning humidity will be gradual on Monday with it being more apparent on Tuesday with even a pop-up storm possible.
Wednesday will see showers and storms begin to get more numerous as a cold front approaches from the north. It will only make it to North Mississippi/Alabama on Wednesday, meaning most of the storm activity will be confined to locations north of Interstate 20, but the front will slide through Wednesday night into Thursday, meaning more rain for our Thursday as well. The front will clear the area late Thursday into Friday, meaning rain chances drop into the weekend.
This weekend will see high pressure build in from the west, and with it, more heat than humidity returning to the area. Highs into next weekend look to return to the mid 90s with only pop-up storms possible as high pressure reasserts its firm hold over the area.
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