Our dry days are about over as an upper level low deepens over the Texarkana region and will continue to do so over the next couple of days. As it intensifies, the strongest winds will shift from over Georgia to directly over the Mississippi/Alabama line which will be conducive for showers and storms to develop.
This will start to happen tomorrow afternoon with some isolated to scattered storms. A couple could become strong or even severe with gusty winds and hail. Rain chances increase for your Independence Day as more moisture is brought into the region. Again the chance for strong to severe storms will be present. After we clear Thursday, it appears that the storm chances will end and more plain rain will be the case for Friday through Tuesday.
Temperatures will be held down thanks to the plenty of clouds and rain the next couple of days. We won't see highs increase into the upper 80s to around 90 as we move into next week. There is the potential, depending on when rain arrives, we could see a few 70 degree days this weekend.
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