Temperatures for this time of year should be right around the upper 80s to near 90 for high temperatures, while overnight lows should be in the middle to upper 60s. We will not fall to far from either category over then next several days. We will see as a matter of fact some of the overnight lows drop off into the 50s, which is a bit cooler than what we should be for this time of year. High pressure from Canada is to thank for this nice respite. We will also stay on the dry side, as this is dry air from Canada that has moved into North Mississippi and Western Alabama. Our next chance for some rain and storms will not be found in the weather forecast, until early sections of next week. That is when we start to tap into some southerly winds, that will return the moisture into the area.