Speech to Text for Matt's 11 PM Thursday Forecast
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there was a lot of rainfall overnight and many areas saw 2 to 4 inch amounts of rainfall. we did gradually taper off the rainfall across our area as we went through the day on our thursday. we did see a variety of high temperatures across the area from the 60s over extreme northern portions of our area to 80s over southern portions of our area. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we will see the aforementioned frontal system slowly move northwestward. we will see some isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms continue to be the rule across our area as we go through the overnight hours. we will see some more of the unseasonably mild temperatures as the rule with most overnight lows ranging from the 50s to near 70 degrees. over the next several days we will see the aforementioned frontal system and a few more fronts give us more chances for some rain and thunderstorms. the strongest of the cold fronts will move through our area on our saturday evening. we will see the best potential for some strong to severe thunderstorms on our saturday evening due to the passage of this front. if you're visiting tupelo any time soon, you may notice a new change to the visitor's center. mississippi state's women's basketball team trying to get to 29-and-oh. the bulldogs' highlights against auburn, plus ole miss and kentucky, ahead in sports.