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Clouds linger this afternoon with isolated showers

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As we head into the afternoon, skies are expected to remain mostly cloudy with perhaps a few breaks in the clouds throughout the course of the afternoon leading up to sunset this evening. This will lead to temperatures that (once again) peaking in the middle to upper-60s across the northeast Mississippi. Due to the continued presence of moisture & cooler air aloft, isolated to widely scattered showers cannot be ruled out as the afternoon progresses into the early evening hours.

We'll see a little more sunshine into your Wednesday. But an isolated shower cannot be ruled out, especially later in the day as another system approaches the area. Highs will be in the lower to mid-70s on Wednesday. Then as we head into your Thursday, showers become a bit more abundant with afternoon highs climbing into the mid-60s. Some showers linger into your Friday. But sunshine returns by the afternoon with highs climbing to near 70.

Over the weekend and into early next week, sunshine returns. And temperatures warm up in a big way. Temperatures reach into the lower and mid-70s on Saturday, upper 70s to near 80 on Sunday and mostly lower 80s on Monday with sunshine.

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