A southerly flow of air off the Gulf of Mexico combined with a disturbance moving into Mississippi from the south will give us better chances of rain Thursday through Saturday. Wednesday night most of the isolated late afternoon showers will be confined to the southern half of the state and they will dissipate shortly after the sun goes down leaving us with partly cloudy skies overnight. Low temperatures will be near 70 at sunrise Thursday. The humidity will be high and clouds and rain showers will be around most of the day Thursday. The chance of rain is 60% and will rise to 70% Friday. As the disturbance pull away to our northeast this weekend rain chances will gradually go down. As we head into next week and the Fourth of July holiday we will return to a normal summertime weather pattern. Skies will be partly sunny with high humidity, a light south breeze and a chance of isolated late day showers that develop in the heating of the day. Those rain showers will dissipate after sunset so fireworks displays Tuesday night will be rain free. Look for temps in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees Tuesday evening around 9pm.
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