REST OF FRIDAY: Light northerly breezes and sunshine will help to keep the humidity down and but allow for the temperatures to continue to work into the upper 70s and lower 80s by late afternoon. Tonight, light breezes and clear skies may promote some areas of fog by early Saturday morning. Otherwise, no issues with temperatures in the 50s.
SATURDAY: We'll stay quiet to start off the wekeend, but the heat will crank up a bit more – pushing highs in the middle, to possibly, upper 80s amid a mostly sunny sky. We'll even challenge a record in Jackson, set back in 1927 of 87°.
SUNDAY / MONDAY: Our next storm system will be knocking on our door step by late Sunday afternoon and continue into Monday afternoon. Showers and storms will increase in coverage overnight Sunday – a few of the storms could be strong. Heavy rain will also be an issue to watch as localized flooding may begin to pop-up in some areas.
NEXT WEEK: Our active weather pattern isn't done just yet; after a quiet Tuesday with highs in the lower 80s; another storm system looks to pass to our north, bringing with it a chance for a few storms Wednesday afternoon and cooler air by Thursday and Friday.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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