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Less rain chance, more heat chances.

Reported by: John Dolusic
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Updated: 7/15/2013 1:41 am
A westward moving area of low pressure has dominated the weather for the last few days for Mississippi and Western Alabama.  This has given us some scattered showers and thunderstorms, a few of which have briefly been on the heavy and strong side.  I think we will see one more day of decent low pressure over Mississippi and Western Alabama, before it the low pressure moves far enough west that it will have little influence for us.
As low pressure lets go of the grip over our area.  We will see high pressure build up stronger into the area.  We will see high temperatures increase into the at least middle (maybe upper) 90s.  We will see the heat index build to well over 100.  We will see lesser chances for rain and thunderstorms mainly on Tuesday and Wednesday.  By Thursday there will be just a little tiny bit of high pressure weakening.  This will allow room for a few isolated showers and thunderstorms to redevelop across our area.
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