Forecast: Warm Saturday, Showery Sunday
SATURDAY: Daytime highs should be in the low 70s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. Tailgating prior to the Egg Bowl in Starkville looks great considering this is late November and the average high is about 60. Southerly breezes continue but they’ll be a bit lower overall, in the 5 to 15 mph range. Most spots are going to remain dry but some showers are possible late in the day and into the evening, especially northwest of a line from Water Valley to Corinth.
SUNDAY: Extensive cloud cover is expected along with scattered showers. The chance of rain is about 60%. There may be a big spread in temperatures with mid 50s during the afternoon near Oxford to mid 60s in Columbus. A lot of us should have highs somewhere in the 60s.
MONDAY & TUESDAY: Additional showers are possible and the chance of rain is about 40% each day. Afternoon highs look to remain in the 60s for the most part.
WEDNESDAY – THURSDAY: A few showers could linger around Wednesday but dry conditions are expected overall. Highs should only top out in the 50s with overnight lows tumbling back into the 30s by Thursday night.
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