Clouds were able to break across East Mississippi and West Alabama for a period this morning, allowing us to spike toward 60 degrees. Now, high clouds have already returned, and we will thicken those through the overnight ahead of our next system currently working through central Texas. Rain showers will arrive overnight before sunrise and be with us until early Friday morning.
Temperatures won't go too far the next couple of days thanks to the clouds and rain. Highs on Thursday will struggle to crack 50 with lows staying in the 40s Thursday morning and Friday morning.
As we work into Friday afternoon, skies will begin to clear, which will allow temperature to make a run again at 60. We climb to the upper 60s Saturday and mid 60s Sunday before a weak cold front passes. It may touch off a shower on Sunday, but they will be very isolated in nature.
Monday and Tuesday will be the warmest days of the next seven as highs return to the 70s. Skies will start to cloud back over Tuesday and a late day shower is possible ahead of our next system that will arrive on Wednesday, bringing rain back to the area and looks like another cool down for the end of next week.
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