Partly to mostly cloudy skies have been with us today thanks to abundant moisture in place for this time of year and a stalled front in North Mississippi / North Alabama. This front will stay to our north tomorrow but will drift closer to us to allow for a stray shower or two during the afternoon hours. Most of us should remain dry and highs once again push 80.
The cold front gets a shove south on Wednesday with added energy from our west due to an approaching upper level low. This front will provide periods of showers through the day and much cooler temperatures. Highs on Wednesday will struggle to make it to 60 with a good chance that we see a midnight high and dropping temperatures throughout the day as colder air oozes southward.
The front will exit by Thursday morning with clearing skies. A much more seasonal day will be in store with highs in the middle 60s and lows in the middle 40s. We see a small warming trend into the weekend with highs back near 70. Another cold front Sunday will bring a shower or two and then a reinforcing shot of seasonal temperatures.