A cold front will bring clouds into the Mid-South for the end of the week followed by cooler temperatures for the weekend. A low pressure system will move in from the southwest Sunday bringing rain and even colder temperatures to start next week.
Cool dry air is streaming into the Mid-South tonight behind a cold front that moved through earlier in the day. High pressures will build in tomorrow making for a beautiful Thanksgiving all across the area.
Rain and a few thunderstorms develop late tonight and continue into early morning Wednesday ahead of a cold front. Strong winds with gusts of 35 to 40 MPH will also accompany the rain and storms. As a result, a WIND ADVISORY will be in effect from 10 PM tonight to noon Wednesday.
A nice day tomorrow then a midweek cold front that brings rain & a few thunderstorms followed by a series of upper level disturbances that keeps the chance of rain in the Mid-South through the end of the week and weekend.
High pressure over the Mid-Atlantic states is driving a surge of warm air into the Mid-South for the end of the week and start to the weekend. A cold front enters the area Sunday triggering rain followed by much cooler air to start next week.
High pressure over the Mid-West will drive cold air into the area overnight and then move east returning a southerly flow tomorrow setting in motion a warming trend for the next few days along with more sunshine.
It was a perfect fall day in the Mid-South and a great start to the week. A cold front tomorrow will keep dry air in place for the next few days with temperatures gradually warming by the end of the week.
A cold front will bring clouds and rain through the Mid-South late Saturday night. Fortunately, the daytime hours will be dry this weekend with unseasonably warm temperatures tomorrow then much cooler Sunday.
Moisture along a cold front that will move through the Mid-South overnight will bring a temporary increase in cloud cover. That will be followed by the return to sunshine tomorrow along with high temperatures closer to normal limits.
High pressure in the Mid-Atlantic states will keep a warm southeast wind flowing into the Mid-South and it will also be driving clouds into the area as well. There will still be plenty of sunshine, but there may also be a few periods of mostly cloudy to overcast skies.
We have another chilly night ahead, but high pressure to our southeast is keeping dry air in place and driving a southerly wind into the area which will allow afternoon highs to warm above average over the next several days.
A cool pattern continued today and a chilly night lies ahead, but high pressure which has been responsible for the pattern will shift to the east allowing southerly winds to return providing a gradual warm up for the rest of the week.
A north wind will usher drier air into the Mid-South tonight and tomorrow allowing clouds to gradually clear tomorrow, the north wind will also keep cool air in place and keep temperatures below average for a little longer.
Low pressure moving east out of the Plains and the remnants of Hurricane Zeta moving north from the Gulf Coast will keep rain in the Mid-South overnight & tomorrow as well as a quick rise in temperatures rise overnight followed by a fall through the day tomorrow.
Low pressure moving out of eastern Texas will combine with the remnants of Zeta to bring rain to the Mid-South beginning late tonight and continuing through tomorrow and much of the day Thursday followed by a drop in temperatures for the end of the week.