TONIGHT: A quiet evening ahead; lows will drop off into the 60s by early Monday morning. Watch out for some pockets of fog by early morning too.
MONDAY: Variably to mostly cloudy skies will eventually lead up to shower and storm chances by the late afternoon and into the evening. A few of the storms could be on the strong side with wind and hail being the primary risks, mainly along and north of I-20. Highs will still manage lower 80s. Shower and storm chances will diminish overnight – yet, there will still be a chance for storms north of I-20; lows will only fall into the middle 60s.
MID-WEEK: The front that brought the storms Monday will ease southward, keeping a chance for showers, storms in place along and south of I-20 amid variably cloudy skies. The front will washout by Wednesday, bringing the warmth into the middle 80s again.
LATE-WEEK: Our active weather pattern will continue as another threat of storms comes on board by Thursday; once again, a few of the storms could be on the strong side. Highs will ease back into the 70s through Friday and Saturday behind that system.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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