The Warm, Dry Pattern Continues

Warm Again Saturday
Staying Above Average

The beautiful weather we had for Thanksgiving and Black Friday just keeps on coming!  Don’t be worried about all the rain off to our northwest in Arkansas and Texas.  That front will take its time to reach the Gulf Coast.  For tonight, expect another warm and dry night.  Temperatures will only fall off into the upper 50’s.  We’ll have partly cloudy skies and patchy fog.  Dense fog is possible for Mississippi and our western areas.  Keep in mind this may slow some early morning travel tomorrow.

Tomorrow is another beautiful and warmer than average day.  Highs will reach the mid 70’s under partly sunny skies.  There may be a few more clouds west of I-65 than east of it.  Southeast winds will be light.  It’s beautiful weather for the Iron Bowl too!  Temperatures for the game will be in the mid 70’s with mostly sunny skies.  Tomorrow night remains dry and mild with lows in the mid 50’s.  By Sunday, expect a few more clouds but the day will still be dry and warm as temperatures reach the mid 70’s.  That means we’ll finish off the weekend about ten degrees above average.

Monday brings our next chance of rain but this chance is still only a small chance.  The front off to our northwest will finally start to stretch through parts of Louisiana and Mississippi.  We could see a few showers ahead of it.  As the front passes through Tuesday night into Wednesday, don’t anticipate much rainfall.  The front will pass through with only a small chances of rain before dry air returns for the late week.