Wind: 3 MPH
Humidity: 77 %
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From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
Surface high pressure will continue to settle over the Mid-South today with dry weather and colder temperatures expected. High temperatures will range from the middle 30s North to lower 40s across Southern sections. Dry and seasonably cold weather will continue through early Friday morning.
High pressure will retreat to the Southeastern states as Southerly flow returns later Friday. Temperatures will slowly warm through the day as moisture increases ahead of an approaching upper level disturbance and associated surface low pressure system. This storm system will move through the region Friday night and Saturday bringing increased chances for precipitation. Temperatures may be cold enough across Northern sections of the area to support a wintry mix. Further South across the remainder of the area, expect temperatures to warm sufficiently to keep all precipitation as rain.
High pressure will rebuild for the end of the weekend and into the first half of next week. This will bring a return to dry weather. Temperatures will be colder on Sunday but warm back towards seasonal normal by the middle of next week.
Storm Team 7 Forecaster
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