FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Summer-like week to start the month of June

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Surface high pressure is to our east which will allow for a steady increase in moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico as we kick off the work week! Expect highs near 90 this afternoon with partly to mostly cloudy skies and dry conditions.

Tomorrow will be similar, outside of a stray shower chance, but a disturbance moves overhead mid-week. This will spark scattered showers and storms into Wednesday and drop high temperatures by a few degrees. Hit-or-miss showers and storms will then remain possible each day as we wrap up the work week and get into the weekend.

We’re watching a disturbance in the Gulf that will likely become our next tropical system as we kick off Hurricane Season. Rain impacts are possible by the end of this weekend, but it’s too soon to say. Stay tuned for updates!

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