Temperatures struggled to reach the upper 80s for most of us in East Mississippi thanks to a layer of clouds. West Alabama had no trouble making it to the upper 80s today as they weren't seeing the clouds during the bulk of the day where we get our heat. Most locations through the rest of the weekend into Memorial day should stay around the 90 degree mark, after that things will change.
As an upper level low continues to make its way towards the viewing area, not only will we see an increase in cloud cover, but moisture will continue to be present. This will make for muggy evenings as well as an increase in overnight lows.
The first chance of rain will come Tuesday evening as the upper level low creeps towards us. Not much rain should be expected Tuesday, only isolated hit or miss storms will develop. The best chance for any rain will be Wednesday through Friday as the low moves directly overhead and continues to move to our east. By Saturday, we will only see lingering showers and storms. None of the storms will be severe, but they will all be scattered and isolated in nature.
Highs for most of next week will drop a few degrees, even with the rain we will see our temperatures will still be sitting in the mid to upper 80s for all of us.
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