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Alan's Sunday Morning Forecast

Alan's Sunday Morning Forecast

Posted: Sun Jan 21 03:45:25 PST 2018
Updated: Sun Jan 21 03:45:25 PST 2018

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this morning, we are waking up in the 40s again across much of northeast mississippi. many locations are a few additional degrees warmer than they were to start off on saturday. today we will see the continued presence of a mixture of sunshine and clouds passing overhead. at time is may be more cloudy with occasional breaks in the clouds and periods of sunshine. our highs for this afternoon will reach the middle-60s to lower-70s across the area. by this evening, rain chances will be on the increase (particularly as we head into the late night hours). in the hours leading up to our next incoming front, a few isolated to widely scattered showers will be possible (especially west of i-55). the main line of showers and thunderstorms associated with the front looks likely to arrive between roughly 6 am - 12 pm on monday. thus as folks step out the door on monday morning, they will want to be equipped with both rain gear as well as a little bit of extra time to commute. storms will take the from of a squall-line. there will be the possibility for a few rumbles of thunder and perhaps an isolated robust gust of wind in the 20 - 30 mph range. in general, however, storms are not anticipated to be strong enough to qualify as severe. the potential for an isolated severe storm will be greater south of i-20 during the course of monday morning until around noon. rainfall amounts should overall be underwhelming with the passage of this front amounts should typically range between no accumulation to perhaps an isolated location receiving 1 inch. to be honest, even an inch of rain seems like a bit of a stretch. in the wake of this pacific front, temperatures will only moderate back into the lower and middle-50s for through the middle of next week. thus, we do not have to worry about a relapse into deep arctic cold. the 40s again across much of northeast mississippi. many locations are a few additional degrees warmer than they were to start off on saturday. today we will see the continued presence of a mixture of sunshine and clouds passing overhead. at time is may be more cloudy with occasional breaks in the clouds and periods of sunshine. our highs for this afternoon will reach the middle-60s to lower-70s across the area. by this evening, rain chances will be on the increase (particularly as we head into the late night hours). in the hours leading up to our next incoming front, a few isolated to widely scattered showers will be possible (especially west of i-55). the main line of showers and thunderstorms associated with the front looks likely to arrive between roughly 6 am - 12 pm on monday. thus as folks step out the door on monday morning, they will want to be equipped with both rain gear as well as a little bit of extra time to commute. storms will take the from of a squall-line. there will be the possibility for a few rumbles of thunder and perhaps an isolated robust gust of wind in the 20 - 30 mph range. in general, however, storms are not anticipated to be strong enough to qualify as severe. the potential for an isolated severe storm will be greater south of i-20 during the course of monday morning until around noon. rainfall amounts should overall be underwhelming with the passage of this front amounts should typically range between no accumulation to perhaps an
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