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Alan's Monday Morning Forecast

Alan's Monday Morning Forecast

Posted: Mon Jun 18 07:20:30 PDT 2018
Updated: Mon Jun 18 07:20:30 PDT 2018

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be quite sticky with some patchy areas of fog. today skies will remain mostly sunny until the early to mid-afternoon when cumulus cloud development will likely be sufficent enough to support at least a few isolated showers and thunderstorms. these storms will continue to remain present through the second half of the afternoon and in some cases well after sunset by feeding off the ample moisture and energy that are present. storms will be capable of producing frequent cloud to ground lightning, heavy rainfall and gusty winds. the next several days across our area, we will continue to see some areas of isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms as the rule. most of this activity will be due to the heating of the day. a few of the thunderstorms will reach into the strong and isolated severe category. the main culprits with these storms will be brief strong and gusty winds along with a little bit of hail at times. high temperatures for the upcoming work week will stay in the lower to middle 90s. most of the heat index values will be well into the 90s to 100s for most of the upcoming workweek. we will continue to stay on the muggy side at night with most of our overnight low temperatures in the lower to middle 70s. remember you can always keep up with the forecast anytime
Tupelo
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Hi: 45° Lo: 29°
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Columbus
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Hi: 45° Lo: 29°
Feels Like: 23°
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Hi: 44° Lo: 30°
Feels Like: 24°
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Hi: 46° Lo: 29°
Feels Like: 26°
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