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A mostly dry Saturday and then more rain.

Reported by: John Dolusic
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Updated: 6/07/2013 11:49 pm
Once again enjoy your Saturday!!  Most areas will start off in the upper 50s to lower 60s.  Most high temperatures will end up in the middle 80s with low humidity values.  Once again high pressure will give us this little respite from all of the rain and storms.  However, low pressure moves into Mississippi and Western Alabama on Sunday and into Monday.  Some of the rain could be on the heavy side and some of the storms could end up on the strong/hefty side.  Large hail and strong/gusty winds will be the main culprits for the severe weather.  Tornadoes will not be likely, however an isolated one cannot be ruled out of the question.
Middle and into late portions of next week . . . . . we will see more high pressure build into Mississippi and Western Alabama.  We will see a lot of sunshine and temperatures that will be going well into the 90s for highs.  Along with those high temperatures, we could see the heat index surpass 100 degrees in several places.
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