Another sunny day across East Mississippi and West Alabama as high pressure continues to influence our weather. We will keep high pressure with us for one more, but we will also see the effects of high pressure beginning to weaken as clouds arrive tomorrow afternoon ahead of an upper level low that will pass through on Thursday.
This low will bring the potential for pop-up showers and storms, but they do not look to be numerous or expansive in coverage. The best rain chances still look to remain to our north, but it is looking more and more likely that a couple of showers and storms will develop over us Thursday afternoon. We could also see a storm or two on Friday before high pressure builds back in and buts an end to the rain for the weekend and the start of next week.
Temperatures will remain in the 80s over the next week with highs in the upper 80s over the weekend, and we could see a couple locations get very close or touch 90 for the first time this year, especially Sunday and Monday. Our next major weather maker does not at this point look to arrive until the middle of next week.
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