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  • Warm & muggy tonight, more of the same into the weekend

    TONIGHT: Another warm & humid night is on tap so keep the fans and a/c on high if you can. Lows are only going to be in the low 70s.  A shower or storm can’t be ruled out but there won’t be too much in the way of active weather out there; however, some areas of fog are possible.

    WEDNESDAY – SATURDAY: This summer-like weather pattern will prevail.  Highs will be in the low 90s each day and we’ll have a 40% to 50% chance of showers and storms, especially during the peak heating hours.  Some of the storms may produce frequent lightning and torrential rainfall. There could be some issues for high school and college football games this week but it’s too early to tell for sure.  Overnight lows during this time will fall only into the low 70s.

    SUNDAY: A cold front is still expected to ease on through the region. Additional showers and storms are possible as it slides on by.  High temperatures will be around 90.

    EARLY NEXT WEEK: Drier and slightly cooler air from the Great Lakes may invade north MS and AL for a brief spell.  Near average temperatures for early September can be expected.

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