One more cold night is in store for us, and because of that, a Freeze Warning is in effect for everyone except for Leake County overnight.
Temperatures tomorrow will return to the 60s area-wide with 70s for everyone by Friday. Clouds will be on the increase ahead of our next system that will arrive late Saturday into Sunday, but temperatures will hold in the 70s to start next week.
There doesn't look to be all day rain working our way, but rain showers will be with us starting late Saturday and lasting into early Tuesday morning. Sunday looks to be the day with the most rain coverage and even a storm or two, although any storms right now look to remain below severe limits. Rain will exit on Tuesday as temperatures drop back into the mid 60s for the middle and end of next week.
I know many of you have plans this weekend with Easter Egg Hunts and whatever else you may be doing, and this weekend again will not be the most conducive to outdoor activities. The absolute best day to be outdoors will be Friday followed by most of Saturday. Any rain that will fall on Saturday looks to fall around or after sunset, so morning and afternoon activities should be fine.
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