Speech to Text for John's Late Sunday Forecast
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we saw some of the rainfall on the heavy side and some of the thunderstorms on the severe side with strong winds and some hail. most of this activity across our area today was once again caused by some bits and pieces of low pressure and the heating of the day. we did manage to see a little bit of a variety in temperatures today due to the variety of weather with most of the area topping off in the 80s. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we will continue to see some isolated to widely scattered showers and even isolated thunderstorms. otherwise we will see generally variably cloudy skies with overnight low temperatures dropping off down into the upper 60s to lower 70s. as we go through the next several days it does not look like we will be breaking out of the weather pattern that we are currently in the midst there of. we will continue to see some scattered showers and thunderstorms as the rule through most of the upcoming workweek. every now and then a few of the thunderstorms will be a little on the heavy and hefty side at times, especially during the afternoon and early evening hours. we will continue to see most of the high temperatures in the unseasonably warm well into the 80s to lower 90s. we will see most of the heat index values top off in the 90s to around 100 degrees in the afternoon. while, most of the overnight low temperatures will stay in the unseasonably mild middle 60s to around 70 degrees. in other words . . . . . same old, same old weather pattern. tupelo drivers listen up, the city will be closing a