Grab your rain jacket as you head out the door tomorrow!

Published: Jan. 24, 2021 at 5:21 PM CST
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We have had a gray and groggy Sunday, and sadly tomorrow will look very similar. In the morning we will be in the lower 60′s and have patchy fog until about 8 AM. We will start to see scattered showers by the time you are going to work and one or two thunderstorms.

We are only seeing a few showers right now on the EMEPA live radar, but this will change through the early morning hours. Rain will slack off through lunch time tomorrow, but through the afternoon our chances for thunderstorms start to pick up. Through the evening rain will continue to fall off and on and to the south we will see less rain, but more north like Dekalb and Philadelphia we might see up to half an inch just tomorrow.

As you are putting the kids on the bus tomorrow make sure to make them wear their rain jacket because showers will be scattered in the morning, but more prominent by the afternoon once they are getting off the bus. Wind speeds will quickly speed up through the afternoon as well and we will have gust up to 30 miles per hour.

All of the rain tomorrow is coming in front of a cold front that will knock us back into the upper 60′s. However, a high-pressure system will settle over east Mississippi and west Alabama by Wednesday night and we will have dry conditions and cooler temperatures Thursday through Sunday.

We have our highest chance for rain tomorrow and we could have a few showers Tuesday afternoon, but it will be mostly sunny. We will stay dry Thursday and Friday as well and a small chance for an isolated shower or two returns on Saturday. We will be in the mid 70′s tomorrow and then start to cool off from Tuesday until Friday. By the weekend we will warm up again into the mid 60′s but isolated showers will return as well. Overnight we will range from the upper 50′s to the upper 30′s.

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