We have seen a break in the precipitation for most of the daylight hours as system number one has moved to our east. It did bring with it some freezing rain, but thankfully no major amounts accumulated. Overnight, system number two will arrive and bring some heavy rainfall to the area. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Winston, Noxubee, and Leake Counties through noon tomorrow for some freezing rain mixing in. I do not expect large amounts, and honestly, not much in the way of freezing rain either.
The bulk of the rain will come to an end tomorrow morning with lingering showers through the evening hours on Wednesday. Once we hit Thursday, we are going to start a nice warming pattern as we finally shift systems away from us and get a chance to warm up. Temperatures will climb into the 60s for Valentine's Day and near 70 for Monday as some clouds just pass through from time to time.
There is a stray shot at seeing a shower or two on Valentine's Day and Monday, but that is a very small chance at this point. Outside of those small chances of rain, we will remain dry through the next seven days.
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