Clouds held on nicely across the state through the day today, and that caused temperatures to struggle to reach the 60’s. We still only reached a high of 59 this afternoon in Jackson, but temperatures will fall off nicely tonight as clouds clear out. Clear skies along with light northwesterly winds will allow temperatures to drop into the mid to upper 40’s tonight which is about 8-10 degrees cooler than average for this time of year. Sunshine makes its appearance tomorrow, though, and that will allow temperatures to climb back in the mid to upper 70’s for an absolutely beautiful afternoon! Beyond that, a warming trend is expected with temperatures reaching back into the mid 80’s by around midweek ahead of our next storm system that will move into the area by Wednesday night and into early Thursday morning. This cold front will wash out in the area and just leave us back in a warm and muggy airmass with temperatures approaching 90 degrees by the end of the week. The next cold front will push into the area late next weekend.
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