Skies will feature a mix of stars and clouds across our area tonight but areas of fog may develop. Overnight low temperatures should settle down into the low 40s and the wind will be calm.
Our “hump day” is looking great once we burn off any fog and low cloud cover that may be hanging around after sunrise. Brighter skies are expected area wide by the afternoon and highs should top out in the mid 60s. Don’t forget that there will be a statewide tornado drill at 9:15 a.m. all across Mississippi. You may hear the sirens go off but don’t be alarmed… it will only be a test. The WCBI Weather Team will also be at Walgreens in New Albany between 4 and 7 p.m. programming weather radios. Feel free to stop on by if you will be in the neighborhood!
Clouds will thicken Wednesday night and showers will spread across the region on Thursday. Additional rain showers will linger during the first half of Friday as a slow moving front eases on by. Upper 50s to low 60s are good bets for high temperatures both Thursday and Friday.
Saturday will be dry but more active weather is anticipated Sunday and early next week. Heavy rain and perhaps even some strong storms may be headed back our way. We’ll keep you updated as the weekend draws near.