A frontal system currently sits to our north and west. This system will pass through the area on Monday. We may see an isolated shower well ahead of this system on our Sunday and/or Sunday evening. However, the mother-load of the rain and thunderstorms activity will be found across the area on our Monday. Some of the activity will be on the strong/heavy side and some of the activity may be on the severe side. The greatest threat for severe weather seems to be from the Tupelo area and northeastward. However, just about any area in the WTVA viewing area is fair game to see a severe thunderstorm.
After the frontal passage, our temperatures will fall. Albeit we will not fall by any great leaps or bounds. I do believe the largest part of the cold temperatures will stay well to the north of our area. That being said . . . . . we will still see the temperatures for daytime highs fall to the 50s and 60s. Which is a little more seasonable, when you compare them to the high temperatures of the last couple of days which were in the 70s and 80s. Morning lows will drop off into the 30s and lower to middle 40s.