A beautiful day today, and our last completely dry day for a couple of days, as some drier air and high pressure is one last time exerting itself over us. We will see a cold front approach tomorrow with rain beginning to arrive into portions of East Mississippi before sunset and into West Alabama before midnight.
As of now, the heaviest rain look to fall overnight Friday into Saturday as the front works through the area. We could be talking about 1-3 inches through the overnight hours with some locations seeing higher amounts. Rain will begin to taper off in the late morning through the afternoon hours on Saturday. All told, we could be looking at totals ranging from 1 to 4 inches with isolated higher amounts.
Cooler and drier air arrives late Saturday behind the front and will be with us from Sunday through Tuesday in the form of sunny skies, lows in the 50s, and highs in the lower to middle 80s. High pressure looks to take control, and for now, keep us dry through the back part of the week.
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