Matt - "Wake up 15 minutes early Wednesday. It's going to be wet."

Matt's 10pm Tuesday Forecast

Posted: Tue Sep 25 20:34:32 PDT 2018
Updated: Tue Sep 25 20:48:02 PDT 2018

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we'll continue to see the potential for isolated storms through the first half of the overnight. then as we head into wednesday morning, showers and storms will become a bit more widespread, especially along and southeast of the natchez trace parkway. these will remain widespread through most of the day, keeping temperatures relatively cool. morning temperatures should mostly be in the lower 70s. and by the afternoon, we will likely only reach the upper 70s. a few may reach the lower 80s. showers and storms gradually wind down some into the night, leaving us mostly cloudy. wednesday's rainfall totals should range between 1 and 2.5 inches, giving us roughly 1 to 3 inches total between tuesday and wednesday. with the accumulations we have observed over the past few days, we could see an isolated instance of localized flash flooding or two develop as this front moves through. we'll see the clouds stick around into thursday. but the rain should mostly remain to our southeast as the front will have shifted out of the area for a brief period of time. this will also come with a little bit of a northerly wind, making it the most fall-like day we'll see during the next 7 days. temperatures will begin around the mid to lower 60s. and by the afternoon, we should only reach the mid and upper 70s. perhaps a few reach the lower 80s. but humidity should be a little bit lower. isolated showers can't be ruled out southeast of the natchez trace and the golden triangle. but it's somewhat unlikely. the warm, humid air surges northward again during the day friday. we'll begin the day in the lower to mid-60s again. but by the afternoon, we're looking at partly to mostly cloudy skies and a few isolated showers and storms. highs reach into the lower 80s again. then into the weekend, we'll continue to see hit-or-miss showers and storms. and temperatures heat up again, likely into the mid and upper 80s. by monday, we keep the isolated storms in the forecast and temperatures may even flirt with the 90-degree mark once again. isolated storms through the first half of the overnight. then as we head into wednesday morning, showers and storms will become a bit more widespread, especially along and southeast of the natchez trace parkway. these will remain widespread through most of the day, keeping temperatures relatively cool. morning temperatures should mostly be in the lower 70s. and by the afternoon, we will likely only reach the upper 70s. a few may reach the lower 80s. showers and storms gradually wind down some into the night, leaving us mostly cloudy. wednesday's rainfall totals should range between 1 and 2.5 inches, giving us roughly 1 to 3 inches total between tuesday and wednesday. with the accumulations we have observed over the past few days, we could see an isolated instance of localized flash flooding or two develop as this front moves through. we'll see the clouds stick around into thursday. but the rain should mostly remain to our southeast as the front will have shifted out of the area for a brief period of time. this will also come with a little bit of a northerly wind, making it the most fall-like day we'll see during the next 7 days. temperatures will begin around the mid to lower 60s. and by the afternoon, we should only reach the mid and upper 70s. perhaps a few reach the lower 80s. but humidity should be a little bit lower. isolated showers can't be ruled out southeast of the natchez trace and the golden triangle. but it's somewhat unlikely. the warm, humid air surges northward again during the day friday. we'll begin the day in the lower to mid-60s again. but by the afternoon, we're looking at partly to mostly cloudy skies and a few isolated showers and storms. highs reach into the lower 80s again. then into the weekend, we'll continue to see hit-or-miss showers and storms. and temperatures heat up again, likely into the mid and upper 80s. by monday, we keep the isolated storms in the forecast and temperatures may even flirt with the 90-degree mark once again.
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