First Alert Forecast: unsettled weather to continue at times Sunday and this week
JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Majority of the shower/storm activity that was on radar earlier today has fizzled out now that sun has set. A few additional showers or possibly storms could develop overnight as a slow-moving cold front nears from the northwest, but greater chances for rain will likely hold off until tomorrow. Expect overnight lows to fall close to 70 degrees.
Showers and storms will be around times throughout Sunday as well as the front passes through. High temperatures will be a bit cooler out tomorrow afternoon in the lower to middle 80s since there will likely be more clouds around and more widespread shower activity.
The unsettled weather pattern as well as high in the 80s look stick around with us through much of the new work week. Expect there to be a daily chance for showers and possibly storms each day up until Thursday. By Friday into Memorial Day Weekend, high pressure will start to build back in as an upper low exits to the east. This will result in drier weather going forward into the holiday weekend with temperatures trending upwards.
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