TONIGHT: Some low clouds will build in, but it will remain fairly nice and mild. Lows will be in the mid 40s for a change with southerly breezes.
SUNDAY: The southerly winds will prevail allowing temperatures to soar into the upper 60s and some may even reach into the 70s! Clouds will begin to build in throughout the afternoon as the next front approaches.
SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY: Clouds will continue to build in overnight and rain showers should approach by the early morning hours. Temperatures overnight will be in the mid 50s and we will make it into the low 60s before the front pushes through. While we can’t rule out an isolated gusty storm in our neck of the woods there is a better chance of strong to severe storm across central and southern Mississippi and Alabama. Winds will also begin to pick up, closer to 10-15 mph. Fortunately while this is a cold front, it won’t be bringing another blast of arctic air along with it.
TUESDAY AND BEYOND: The air behind the cold front is expected to be fairly mild. This will keep temperatures in the mid to upper 50s all week, with overnight lows in the 30s. There will be a mix of sun and clouds with some days featuring a bit more sunshine. As we get closer to next weekend, another disturbance looks to move in, which could lead to some rain and unsettled weather for next weekend. This is still a long ways off, but right now we are going with a 40% chance of showers for Saturday, so enjoy the sunshine while it lasts!