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Monthly Archives: November 2009
Cold front has passed through the area and a few sprinkles will hang around through this morning. Cloud deck will remain in place for much of today before dissipating into the evening hours as a high pressure center works its … Continue reading
We’ll see sunny skies today and tomorrow, but some rain showers will return to the area on Sunday.
The weather for Thanksgiving across much of the Mid-South appears to be perfect for staying inside, eating, and watching a little football.
Today looks to be quite cloudy with light drizzle lingering for much of the day.
1. This looks like a half and half weekend for the mid south with more sunshine Saturday and more clouds Sunday.
The majority of the models used to predict the weather for the past several days led by the GFS have been hinting at a quick cool shot for late thanksgiving week with a low pressure system over the east coast or … Continue reading
1. The first part of the month has been very dry across the mid south with many locations having only trace amounts of rain. However, with a large surplus heading into the month we’re still above normal in terms of … Continue reading
After a quiet week weather wise, you can expect a quiet weekend as well. If you don’t have any plans for the weekend I would recommend doing something outdoors. This weekend is going to be warm and beautiful. Today highs … Continue reading
Look for the rest of the week to remain very quiet. Our next chance of rain looks like it won’t come till early next week. With clear skies it will get a little chilly tonight with lows dipping down to … Continue reading