Showers and storms associated with a cold front will march across the area from west to east beginning this morning in Mississippi and ending this evening in NW Florida. Winds out ahead of the front will be breezy from the southeast, and once the front moves out expect a stiff northwest flow that will push our temps way down tonight. Highs today reached the mid 60s this morning, but we'll see falling temps throughout the day as the front swings through. Overnight we'll have a gradual clearing trend with lows tumbling into the upper 30s.
Once the wet weather moves out later this evening, we're in store for a long dry spell. Highs will top in the low to mid 60s Tuesday through Thursday, before bouncing into the 70s this Friday into the weekend. Wake up readings will average in the mid to upper 30s through the end of the workweek. Over the weekend, we'll start each morning in the upper 40s.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster