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Fall Arrives In Central Mississippi with Cooler and Drier Air
Fall Arrives In Central Mississippi with Cooler and Drier Air(WLBT)
Published: Sep. 29, 2020 at 3:03 PM CDT
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It’s feeling like fall outside this afternoon! Temperatures are in the lower to middle 70′s where we should top out for today. We also dealing with plenty of sunshine around the region with hardly any clouds in the sky. Tonight, we will see temperatures cool down to the lower 50′s with mostly clear skies. A few spots could see the upper 40′s. Wednesday and Thursday will be slightly warmer with highs in the upper 70′s and close to 80 degrees. Another front is expected to drop through on Thursday into Friday to drop temperatures back to the lower 70′s to keep conditions nice and cool for the weekend.

We could see another front move through on Sunday or Monday to keep things dry and sunny, but models have been back and forth on whether or not it will drop our temperatures for the start of the next work and school week. As of now, we are expecting to see below average temperatures for the next 7 days with dry and sunny conditions! The disturbance in the western Caribbean has a 50% chance for tropical formation through the next 5 days. It will be something to keep an eye on as it slowly moves to the WNW over the coming days. A tropical depression could develop by the end of the week or into the weekend.

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