Not impressed by today's cold front? Chances are, the next couple of fronts won't impress you either.
Front 1: arriving Friday, bringing slight rain chances to the northern part of Mississippi/Alabama. Most rain showers should be gone before Friday night football games begin.
Front 2: arriving Sunday, increasing thunderstorm chances, and some could be strong. It's possible that thunderstorms linger through Monday morning, but a significant cooldown is unlikely. At this point, it looks as though severe weather is not impossible, but not likely.
Front 3: Arriving in the middle of next week, and for some, it could be quite a cool down. Not much is known about it yet, but if the next two fronts fail to bring much cooler air, it could be just about time for a more significant cooldown. The air in central Canada is starting to get quite chilly, and with a significant storm system moving out of the western United States, the jetstream should open up an avenue for colder air to spill southward.
Typically, even in Fall, we don't have this many fronts in one week. Counting this week's Wednesday cold front, that's really FOUR front in eight days. The only way you can get that many cold fronts in such a short period of time, is if most of them are weak. If that truly ends up being the case, the front arriving the middle to latter part of next week, should be a real dose of Canadian air. Enjoy the warmth the next few days while it lasts!