The cold front that brought us the rain yesterday and today is now well east of the viewing area and clearing is working into northwestern portions of Mississippi. The clearing will arrive overnight from the northwest to southeast. We will be dry on Friday but see clouds return late in the day as the southern portion of the cold front in the Gulf of Mexico returns north as a warm front for Saturday.
As of now, I do not expect us to see a lot of rain out of the system for Saturday, and it is looking more possible that most of us remain dry. However, I will keep an isolated shot at showers in the forecast with the best chance of rain south of Interstate 20.
Sunday will be dry and seasonal with a little warm up Monday before more clouds arrive with our next system arriving late Monday into Tuesday. This system as well looks to bring only a small rain chance late Monday through our Tuesday, but it will usher in the coldest readings of the season so far. Highs will drop down into the 60s for next Wednesday and Thursday with overnight lows potentially hitting the upper 30s on Thursday morning for the first time this season.
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