Saturday, January 17, 2009

Light Showers in Forecast

Overnight temps look to be near 20 degrees warmer than the past few nights, but tonight a sinking trough will deliver a slight shot of some showers through tomorrow morning. Clouds should hang around through Sunday evening where we might see another beautiful sunset. Although another cold front will pass through overnight Sunday to keep our temps in the "cool" range. Monday and Tuesday will deliver a few more days of highs in the lower 50's, but we will finally see the large trough in the eastern corridor of the U.S. exit stage left. This means a ridge, High pressure system, will move over MS on Wednesday to allow temps to warm a bit. Thursday and Friday we will finally reach the 60 degree mark again. But, of course, we can't see a rise in temperature without a chance of showers. As of now, Friday looks like the next best chance of rain. Stay tuned to my forecast tonight at 6p and 10p for a detailed weather wrap-up. Thanks for reading! Tanner Cade

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