We warmed all the way up to 67 in Meridian today, 14 degrees warmer than we were yesterday! Clouds have been mixing with the sun today, but clouds will become more the rule rather than the exception beginning tonight as they start to stream in from the North. Lows tonight will only bottom out in the low to mid 40s. A cold front will knock high temperatures down tomorrow, but it appears that there will be a wide range of highs tomorrow depending on just how far South that front makes it. Highs along the Highway 82 corridor will struggle to get out of the low 50s, while areas along Highway 84 may reach the mid 60s. Mid to upper 50s look good for the I-20 Corridor. Tomorrow night will be unseasonably mild again, and rain is still on track for Friday into Friday evening as a disturbance comes out of Canada and goes through the Midwest. We will be on the Southern fringe of it, and could pick up anywhere from about a quarter to half inch of rain from scattered showers. We clear out quickly Friday night, and cool down to seasonable levels for the weekend with plenty of sunshine. A chance of rain comes back into play Monday and Tuesday ahead of yet another disturbance that will move through Tuesday night into Wednesday. Right now, it looks like that system could pack some pretty hefty storms, but it's still a week away so anything could happen.
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