First Alert Forecast: mild & active conditions expected for Monday

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - A few spotty light showers are still moving through our northern counties this evening, bur most of the area is dry. Tonight, the clouds will linger around with the chance for a isolated showers. Temperatures tonight will be on the warmer side with overnight lows in the 50′s and 60′s. Chances for showers are still in the forecast for the start of the work week tomorrow. A cold front is expected to push in from the west likely by the afternoon or early evening hours tomorrow brining nor only the chance for showers, but also a few thunderstorms as well. Severe weather is not likely, but we cannot full rule out a gusty storm. It could also be windy and gusty from time to time with wind gusts potentially up to 30 MPH. High temperatures will likely be in the middle 70′s, which is quite warm and mild for this time of the year.

We should see conditions quiet down and dry out for the most part on Tuesday, but it will be short lived. Another round of rain will likely move in Tuesday night and into Wednesday. By Thursday, we should dry out for the rest of the work week along with highs dropping back to the 50′s. More rain could be possible into next weekend.

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