It has been a soggy Tuesday across East Mississippi and West Alabama as showers and storms have been working through the area. We will see showers continue into the overnight and return as we approach sunrise as the cold front, and final piece of this system, arrives.
Rain for Wednesday looks to be rain and showers with only an embedded thunderstorm. No severe threat looks likely as we will be too cool and stable for storms to get out of hand. The bulk of the rain will exit in the morning hours with clearing through the afternoon, although a stray shower late in the day, especially north of Interstate 20, cannot be ruled out.
We look to be dry on Thursday before an upper level low swings through Friday and Saturday. The best chance of rain will be scattered storms on Friday with a couple isolated storms possible on Saturday as the system departs.
Starting on Sunday, high pressure builds in at the surface and aloft to spike temperatures into the lower 90s and allow for only pop-up showers and storms each afternoon. Right now, those chances look very slim as we head back towards our warmest readings of the year so far.
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