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The opposite of Winter is building north tomorrow.

Meteorologist Alan Matthew has your 10 pm Tuesday forecast.

Posted: Tue Aug 14 20:34:59 PDT 2018
Updated: Tue Aug 14 20:41:06 PDT 2018

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as we march towards the overnight hours, temperatures will continue to gradually decline into the lower 70s overnight. there will be some isolated patches of fog once again tomorrow morning initially, but don't expect widespread visibility issues for your wednesday morning commute. there will be some mid and upper-level clouds to impede some of the incoming sunshine to start the morning, but by the afternoon expect mostly sunny conditions to prevail. tomorrow afternoon, like today, will bring a very limited chance for a rogue shower or thunderstorm or two by the late-afternoon hours as moisture and heat continue to slowly ooze in from the southwest throughout the course of the day. temperatures are anticipated to climb from the lower and mid-70s to the mid- 90s in the afternoon. heat index values should reach into the lower 100s in most areas. one or two counties could be placed under a heat advisory across the southern tier of our area, but either way, it will be the hottest and most humid day of the week with the lowest chance of shower or storms to provide any relief. rain chances will begin to increase again as we head into thursday.
Tupelo
Clear
50° wxIcon
Hi: 66° Lo: 47°
Feels Like: 50°
Columbus
Clear
47° wxIcon
Hi: 67° Lo: 44°
Feels Like: 47°
Oxford
Broken Clouds
52° wxIcon
Hi: 65° Lo: 48°
Feels Like: 52°
Starkville
Clear
43° wxIcon
Hi: 67° Lo: 43°
Feels Like: 43°
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