As forecasted overcast skies stayed with everyone for the better part of the day, before they begin to slightly erode away. Temperatures for the most part held in the lower 80s, until clouds began to clear out and then the temperatures spiked briefly. Much like today, tomorrow will be mostly dry area wide with partly cloudy skies before we begin to see disturbances move through the area for the better part of this week.
Tuesday rain chances begin to increase as backtracks from Alabama back into Mississippi. With this, increased cloud coverage and rain can be expected. Due to the increasing clouds, solar radiation may have a hard time making it's way to the ground so temperatures will struggle to reach 90 degrees.
The pesky low that brought us cloudy skies and rainy conditions late last week, for the most part looks to stall in southern portions of Alabama and Mississippi, that along with passing upper level disturbances will help keep temperatures in the lower 90s, increased rain chances, as well as cloud coverage. The warmest day this week looks to be this weekend as clouds begin to clear out and temperatures make a run to the mid 90s.
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