Lots of Rain Ahead, Strong Storms Possible Wednesday

MONDAY: A warm front will push North through the region & bring widespread rainfall with a few thunderstorms.  Mainly going to be in the morning hours, but will be overall dreary for much of the day Monday.  Highs in the low 60s, lows in the mid 40s.

TUESDAY: Just a few showers will linger Tuesday while skies remain cloudy.  Temperatures begin warming up quickly, highs in the mid & upper 70s, lows in the upper 50s.

WEDNESDAY: There is a chance for strong thunderstorms to develop on Wednesday, but there is some degree of uncertainty on where the most storms will form.  There is a greater chance for these storms to pop up in areas near Tupelo & to the North.  A cold front will push in colder air behind those storms, but highs will still reach the mid 70s, lows in the mid 60s.

THURSDAY & FRIDAY: High pressure builds once again in the deep South & sunshine returns.  Highs in the low 60s for both Thursday & Friday, lows creeping into the upper 30s.

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