As we watch this line of storms out of Arkansas and into Mississippi, a Flash Flood Watch was issued. It’s in effect through 7am for all counties in green. See image to the right.
Tonight: A broken line of showers and thunderstorms continue to march eastward this evening. Some could bring locally heavy rainfall prompting minor flooding (mainly in those spots that typically flood). Otherwise lightning and a gusty of wind from time to time. Overnight lows will be in the 70s.
Tomorrow: High temperatures will continue in the lower 90s for at least one more day. There will be a good chance, around 50%, for morning and afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Gusty winds, lightning and heavy downpours are possible. Overnight lows will drop into the lower 70s.
Wednesday: A cold front will move through Wednesday, making rain chances higher ahead of the front. After the front passes, we will feel much cooler and drier thanks to northwesterly winds. Timing of the front is still a little gray, but we can expect for any rain associated with the front to be gone by the evening and cooler temperatures to make their comeback.
Thursday – Saturday: As we close out the week and start to the weekend, it is going to feel great! High temperatures will drop into the upper 80s, and overnight lows will sink into the 60s. Aside from a stray shower, we are expecting abundant sunshine and less humidity. I’d say that’s some really good high school football kind of weather!
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