Speech to Text for Alan - Thursday & Friday are our best chance for cooler drier air.
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as this afternoon transitions into the evening hours. temperatures which have struggled today to climb into the 80s for northern parts of our area will begin to very slowly drop as the evening gets underway. the scattered shower and storm activity will begin to decrease in coverage and intensity over the next several hours. by mid-evening an isolated shower or storms will remain possible, but the overnight period will be quieter and less active than the daytime hours. temperatures overnight will fall into the middle and lower 70s. by the morning, some isolated patches of fog could be present but the bigger impact will be the presence of slick roads and scattered showers as people head out the door for school, work and etc. the stalled front that has been around the past several days will still be nearly located in the same place tomorrow. thus, widely-scattered to isolated showers will be possible once again for some of the same areas that have experienced them in recent days. but as we go through the midday and afternoon, again, showers and storms become more widespread. these will be found slightly further south and east than where we've been observing thanin previous days. this means areas like the golden triangle will be in for more decent rainfall totals as well. highs should be in the lower to mid-80s again with a few in the upper 70s. rainfall totals on tuesday generally should range between 0.25" and an inch.we'll see these showers and storms continue into wednesday. this time, it appears some of our greatest rainfall totals may be found along and southeast of the natchez trace parkway. again, we'll remain partly to mostly cloudy with cooler temperatures ranging between the upper 70s and lower 80s. rainfall totals should range between 0.10" to an inch.a few light to moderate showers may linger for your thursday, mostly over the southeastern portion of our area. otherwise, we'll be partly to mostly cloudy with a slight northwest wind bringing in some cooler air. highs should reach the mid and upper 70s with a few areas into the lower 80s. however, this cooler spell doesn't appear to be quite as aggressive as once thought.as temperatures dip into the mid-60s by friday morning, this frontal boundary begins skies should remain partly cloudy. one elementary school teacher learned