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Matt - Rainfall returns before the weekend

Matt's 10pm Monday Forecast

Posted: Mon Dec 17 21:45:21 PST 2018
Updated: Mon Dec 17 21:47:35 PST 2018

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this evening, thin clouds will continue to stream across our area with some patches of clear skies. still, expect this evening to remain dry and initially somewhat mild with temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s. overnight clouds continue streaming across the area, we will remain dry and as high pressure continues to skirt around the area some pockets or areas of dense fog could again develop by the early morning hours on tuesday morning. the odds of fog advisories being issued are lower, but not impossible. best advice would be to anticipate needing some additional time for morning commutes and errands. tuesday afternoon will again remain mostly sunny with winds beginning to shift out the east and southeast. middle and upper-level clouds will continue to stream through the area but dry weather should persist. afternoon highs will likely return to the middle and upper 50s with a few spots perhaps flirting with the lower 60s by midday. overnight lows will fall into the middle 40s. as high pressure continues to shift eastward through the mid-week, by wednesday morning this will allow for increased/increasing cloud coverage with rain likely moving in from the southwest by the early to middle afternoon hours. afternoon highs will still likely reach the middle 50s before clouds and showers begin to overspread the area. thursday rain continues to moves across, most will be of the light variety but a few pockets of moderate rain will move across northeast mississippi and northwest alabama. skies as such will stay overcast and temperatures will remain in the lower to middle 50s during the afternoon hours. friday precipitation continues during the first half of the day with showers tapering off by the late morning to mid-afternoon. at this time, it appears the precipitation will be liquid as cold air and freezing temperatures remain to located to our northwest. it does not seem probable at this time that this cold air will arrive soon enough to pose any threat of wintry weather. if the forecast trends towards wintry weather in the coming days, we will be watching and tracking the potential with updates in the coming days. the rest of the weekend looks drier with mostly sunny conditions returning; also, it should be a decent weekend for those with travel plans across the deep south. morning lowswill be in the 30s afternoon highs by sunday return to the middle 50s. one local school district is this evening, thin clouds will continue to stream across our area with some patches of clear skies. still, expect this evening to remain dry and initially somewhat mild with temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s. overnight clouds continue streaming across the area, we will remain dry and as high pressure continues to skirt around the area some pockets or areas of dense fog could again develop by the early morning hours on tuesday morning. the odds of fog advisories being issued are lower, but not impossible. best advice would be to anticipate needing some additional time for morning commutes and errands. tuesday afternoon will again remain mostly sunny with winds beginning to shift out the east and southeast. middle and upper-level clouds will continue to stream through the area but dry weather should persist. afternoon highs will likely return to the middle and upper 50s with a few spots perhaps flirting with the lower 60s by midday. overnight lows will fall into the middle 40s. as high pressure continues to shift eastward through the mid-week, by wednesday morning this will allow for increased/increasing cloud coverage with rain likely moving in from the southwest by the early to middle afternoon hours. afternoon highs will still likely reach the middle 50s before clouds and showers begin to overspread the area. thursday rain continues to moves across, most will be of the light variety but a few pockets of moderate rain will move across northeast mississippi and northwest alabama. skies as such will stay overcast and temperatures will remain in the lower to middle 50s during the afternoon hours. friday precipitation continues during the first half of the day with showers tapering off by the late morning to mid-afternoon. at this time, it appears the precipitation will be liquid as cold air and freezing temperatures remain to located to our northwest. it does not seem probable at this time that this cold air will arrive soon enough to pose any threat of wintry weather. if the forecast trends towards wintry weather in the coming days, we will be watching and tracking the potential with updates in the coming days. the rest of the weekend looks drier with mostly sunny conditions returning; also, it should be a decent weekend for those with travel plans across the deep south. morning lowswill be in the 30s afternoon highs by sunday return to the middle 50s. one local school district is making sure no one in their area will go hungry this holiday season. one local school district is making sure no one in
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