A WARMING TREND IS HEADED OUR WAY!
Right on cue, temperatures have started warming across the region. As we head into next week, our rain chances will come to an end as high pressure build in from the southeast, allowing temperatures to continue to warm, making it into the 90s by Wednesday.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Scattered showers and storms will exit our region overnight on Sunday, leaving us with mostly cloudy skies. Winds will calm throughout the night, as lows drop down into the upper 60s.
MONDAY & TUESDAY: Monday and Tuesday are the last two days in our forecast with a chance of rain! During the afternoon and evening hours of both days, we could see a few showers or storms pop up across northeast Mississippi and west Alabama. These showers and storms will not be severe. Highs on both Monday and Tuesday will warm into the upper 80s, with overnight lows remaining in the middle and upper 60s.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY: A high pressure system will begin to move into the southeastern United States. Thus system will increase our temperatures and decrease our rain chances next week. Highs for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will range through the upper 80s and lower 90s on all three days. We will have a few clouds around, but I do expect for skies to remain mostly sunny. There will be no rain to worry about either. Overnight lows each night will make it down into the upper 60s.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY: Temperatures will continue to warm as we head into the Memorial Day weekend! No rain to worry about, as high pressure will continue to dominate across the region. Highs will warm from the lower 90s on Saturday, to the middle 90s on Sunday. Overnight lows will remain in the upper 60s. Be sure to practice sun safety if you plan on being outside for an extended period of time.
MEMORIAL DAY: Although Memorial Day is still over a week out, it looks like it will remain dry. Temperatures will remain above average, ranging between the lower and middle 90s across the entire area.
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