Today: Skies will feature a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures should peak in the low to mid 80s during the afternoon. A weak cold front may spark a stray shower or t-shower across the far northwestern part of our area (near Oxford) during the day but we’re not really looking at a good chance of rain. I’m still optimistic for quiet football weather for the Ole Miss and MSU games.
Tonight: Temperatures will cool into the lower 60s under partly cloudy skies. An isolated shower is possible across our northwestern counties, but most of us will remain dry. It will be a great night to get outside and enjoy the fall-like evening temperatures!
Tomorrow: Unseasonably warm low 80s are expected yet again under partly cloudy skies. Again, an isolated showers are still possible across our northwestern counties due to the weak cold front. Most of us will stay on the dry side. Perhaps a trip to the pumpkin patch is in order? Just an idea on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Monday (Columbus Day): Low 80s and partly cloudy skies should continue across the region. Hopefully you have the day off so you can take full advantage of the pleasant fall conditions.
Tuesday – Thursday: Active weather will become more favorable as a cold front approaches. Showers with embedded storms are a fairly good bet at this point between late Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. Temperatures will tumble from near 80 Tuesday to the low 70s or even 60s by Thursday.
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