FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Warmer days return, but rain holds off for now

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Warmer days return, but rain holds off for now

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Warmer days return, but rain holds off for now

Wednesday expect partial clearing less wind and pleasant with a high of 81. Highs during the afternoon will reach around 80 degrees. Our next system arrives overnight into Monday with showers to begin the week.

Friday is looking very nice with partly to mostly sunny skies, light winds, and comfortable afternoon temperatures. Monday morning will be mild and muggy with temperatures in the lower 60s, but the passing cold front will keep it from getting too warm during the day. High temperatures should only climb into the upper 60s with north winds around 20 miles per hour.

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Showers and storms stick around for much of this evening with lows in the lower 60s. The shower activity will end late tonight as temperatures drop into the 40s and lower 50s. Gradual strengthening is forecast, and Ophelia is expected to become a hurricane by Wednesday. This east flow will produce cloudy skies and drizzle both days with highs struggling to get out of the lower 60s.

Good Thursday morning, it's another cool morning outside across the ArkLaMiss with calm conditions and clear skies. The pattern of cool mornings will continue with lows in the 50s again Wednesday and Thursday morning with highs in the lower 80s. Lows in the upper 60s.

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A cold front is forecast to move through our area late Saturday. Look for widespread 70s on Saturday, and we may even hit 80s again by Sunday. A gloomy day with showers and storms sticking around with highs this afternoon well above normal topping out in the mid 70s.

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