Monday, February 4 Morning Forecast Discussion

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Happy Monday! It’s a mild and foggy morning out there to begin our Monday, with temperatures in the 50s. Any fog should clear by 10 a.m. the latest, so be sure to leave a little bit of extra time before getting to your destination this morning. We’ll see mostly cloudy skies for our Monday with highs around the 70 degree mark. Isolated showers will be possible throughout the day, even in these early morning hours.

Stray showers will be possible overnight and then we’ll repeat today’s process for our Tuesday, with a chance of morning fog, mostly cloudy skies throughout the day, and a chance of isolated showers. We’ll be even warmer for our Tuesday; in fact, we’ll be pushing record highs for both the high temperatures and the low temperatures. We look to get into the mid-70s Tuesday and Wednesday, with highs approaching 80 by Thursday. Morning lows during this time frame will be in the low-to-mid-60s.

More stray showers will be possible on Wednesday, leading to a cold frontal passage Thursday night into Friday morning. Right now I am leaving us with isolated afternoon showers on Thursday and isolated morning showers on Friday to account for any remaining uncertainty on the timing of this frontal passage. Either way, expect the bulk of the heaviest of the rain to occur overnight.

This cold front will bring an abrupt change of temperatures into the weekend. After getting to near 80 on Thursday, highs will struggle to even reach 50 on Friday and Saturday! We’ll stay mostly cloudy for the weekend, with rain chances returning on Sunday as another disturbance takes shape to our west. We’ll warm up back into the upper-50 by Sunday and then potentially reaching 70 again early next week. Because Mississippi. Because Alabama.