(5/4/19) Happy Saturday! It’s been a soggy day, as showers have continued behind a large area of showers and storms that moved through this morning. Eventually, these showers will push out and skies will clear.
Due to damp conditions, clearing skies and calm winds, fog will be possible across the ArkLaMiss tonight. Above the fog, skies will be most clear to clear.
Fog will burn off once the sun comes out, leading to a mostly sunny day. Temperatures will rise into the lower to middle 80’s.
Monday looks to be the warmest day of the week. While there will be a few clouds around, temperatures will soar into the upper 80’s to lower 90’s ArkLaMiss-wide. This will be the last dry we have for the forseeable future.
Showers and thunderstorms will move back in later Tuesday, as the first of many systems move across the United States. From Tuesday onward, each day will offer a decent chance of rain.
Severe storms look possible on Thursday as well. all modes will be possible, but damaging winds seem to be the most likely hazard at this time.
In addition, widespread 2-4+ inches looks likely across the ArkLaMiss through the week. This is not good news considering waterways are already running high.
Showers and thunderstorms continue into the weekend, with rain chances continuing off of the 7 Day forecast period.