First Alert Forecast: active & unsettled conditions expected this week

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Mainly sunny skies will continue into our Sunday with highs near 76 degrees. A cold front will swing through the region later this evening. A few clouds could build in along with a slight chance for a few isolated showers. This shouldn’t have any big impacts on weekend plans you may have today. Majority of the area will end up staying dry for the remainder of our weekend. Highs pressure will build in for Monday to help keep us dry and sunny. It will feel cooler tomorrow with highs in the 60′s, but it will be short lived. The 70′s will return by Tuesday and will last for much of the work week.

Temperatures will reach the middle 70's once again today with mainly to partly sunny skies. A cold front will swing...

Posted by Meteorologist Peyton Garrison on Sunday, November 22, 2020

Another system will likely bring in a cold front late Tuesday and into Wednesday. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible out ahead of the front during this time frame. A Marginal Risk (1/5) is in place for a portion of the area for the possibility of a few storms being on the gusty side for Tuesday night and into Monday morning. Thankfully, the front looks to clear out and dry conditions will likely move in for Thanksgiving Day. More showers and storms will be possible on Friday and into next weekend associated with another system.

Peyton's Sunday Morning Forecast

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