TUESDAY: Skies are clear this morning with pretty cool temperatures in the lower 40s for most locations. Even a few 30s right now as you head out the door, with high pressure continuing to allow for clear and cool nights. But today we will start to increase some cloud cover, certainly more clouds than yesterday. But we still warm nicely just a bit above normal for early November, with highs back in the middle 70s.
WEDNESDAY: We continue with the warmth until Thursday, when our next cold front moves through. Cooler air will settle in for the weekend with highs in the 60s. But until then we’re going to be warmer and mostly cloudy now for the next two days, no rain until maybe Wednesday night at the earliest. High temperatures tomorrow will once again be in the middle 70s.
VETERANS DAY: As a cold front approaches, it looks like our next chance of rain and thunderstorms will be on Veterans Day. Thursday morning is really when the line of showers and storms will arrive along the Mississippi River. Pushing through the Jackson Metro by lunchtime on Veterans Day, clearing though by late afternoon. So just keep in mind for your Veterans Day plans, that rain will be likely, but it won’t be a washout. Just a narrow line pushing east through the morning and afternoon. No severe weather is expected.
WEEKEND: Behind that front, cooler air on the way. Highs in the 50s and 60s with some lows near 40 heading into the weekend and next week.
TROPICS: The low pressure system that brought us showers last week has a low, 10% chance of gaining subtropical characteristics as it moves away from the U.S.