We’ve been getting spoiled over the Mid-South lately with great weather, and that will continue into the early part of the week. For today, we’ve already reached 80 again, meaning this afternoon’s high should fall in the mid-80s. It’ll be pleasant and sunny for the remainder of the day with some light and warm winds out of the south. Tonight will be nice as well with the low temperature bottoming out in the low-60s. More of the same for your Tuesday, as sunny skies will warm us up into the mid- to upper-80s. The winds should pick up out of the south quite a bit tomorrow and into Wednesday as the next major storm system approaches from the west. There appears to be some disagreement between the NAM and the GFS as far as the timing of when this storm will arrive, but it appears safe to say at this point that around midnight Wednesday night into Thursday a decent line of storms should be rolling through the area. The SPC has also included us in their Day 3 outlook. Given the expected abundant heating and sunshine we’ll receive on Wednesday along with some strong jets aloft, this system could be a good one. Stay tuned!
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