Expect partly cloudy and humid weather through the morning. Rain could be heavy, and the main concerns include damaging winds and small hail. The good news is that while we will have the potential of receiving a couple of inches of rain, the risk for severe weather is looking rather minimal at this point.
It looks like rain will be on radar at sunrise Saturday morning.
On Thursday, a reported 19 tornadoes hit a four-state area, with the worst damage in Oklahoma.
Wednesday has extra cloud cover with a chance for rain in the evening and temperatures remain in the mid-70s.
And, area resident should be aware that the storms could bring small hail, wind gusts and frequent lightning, said NWS.
A few isolated evening showers and storms are possible, especially NW of the Natchez Trace. It may seem like someone is controlling the rain with a switch, so just keep an umbrella close by just in case one of these storms passes over your location.
Tuesday. A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Southeast wind 6 to 8 miles per hour. Calm wind becoming south 5 to 7 miles per hour in the afternoon.
Partly cloudy skies will follow into tonight, with a low around 49.
MONDAY: A few lingering showers are possible south of USA 82 but we're taking the rain chance down to 10%. The low will be around 52.
A few morning showers possible Saturday.
Showers and thunderstorms are possible late this afternoon/evening along I-70 and southward. The low will be around 53.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, with a high near 75.
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