First Alert Forecast: few showers Thursday, much cooler Friday

First Alert Forecast: few showers Thursday, much cooler Friday
Two strong cold front will sweep through central Mississippi over the coming days. (Source: WLBT)

Scattered showers are impacting the area as a cold front is sinking into the state... Expect the chance for passing showers all the way through the evening commute! Temperatures are falling quickly behind this front as well, which will leave us chilly by the time we wrap up the evening. Friday morning will start off in the mid 40s and only top out in the low-mid 50s as mostly cloudy skies linger through the day. Keep in mind, however, that feels-like temperatures will start off in the 30s in most locations tomorrow AM. We’ll finally see some clearing tomorrow night, but this will allow temperatures to drop even further into the start of the weekend.

Both Saturday and Sunday morning will start off in the 30s and afternoon highs will barely reach 60° Saturday afternoon. Anticipate plenty of sunshine all weekend long!

Our next cold front arrives Monday, and this one will bring even COLDER conditions to the area! Morning lows will drop into the 20s/30s all of next week, and highs won’t be able to get out of the 40s/50s.

Rachel's Thursday Afternoon Forecast

Rachel Coulter

WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist

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