The heaviest rain is long done! We broke a few records yesterday. Greenwood received 1.67", which broke the old record of .74" set in 1956. Meridian totaled 3.62" yesterday, nearly tripling their last record of 1.32" in 1996. Read on for what to expect today.
AM Commute: Today's drive in will be much less eventful than yesterday's commute. The skies will be gray and showers will be light and on-and-off. Temperatures through the morning are mainly in the 60s and low 70s.
This Afternoon: Today we will have a few light showers around, but there will be more breaks of gray skies. The temperatures reach the mid 70s and the winds are breezy out of the east up to 20 mph.
Rest of the Week: A few showers linger through tonight and early Wednesday morning, but our pattern will generally shift to one of clearing as we get to the middle of the work week. Temperatures will range in the mid and upper 70s Wednesday through Friday with varying amounts of cloud cover, but generally pleasant conditions.
Halloween Weekend: We begin to watch the next weather-making system on Saturday, Halloween. As of now it looks like winds will increase and showers enter on Halloween afternoon. Heavier rain will likely settle in near sunset. We'll keep you updated on the trick-or-treat forecast!