FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FOR AREAS ALONG AND SOUTH OF I-20 THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING.
TONIGHT: Most of the heaviest activity has come to an end – we'll keep the mention of a few scattered showers and storms through tonight with lows in the middle 60s.
MONDAY-TUESDAY: The frontal boundary bringing showers and storms to the region this weekend will stall across the Pine Belt. This, with a continued flow of moisture into the area, will focus periods of showers and storms these days. Flooding is a concern, especially south of I-20, during this time frame. Severe weather threat looks to be low, but strong winds can't be ruled out.
MID-LATE WEEK: The front will begin to fizzle out through Wednesday as the upper energy swings over the area – this will keep us unsettled into Wednesday with some sun mixing with clouds and cooler air – highs in the 70s. Temperatures will gradually warm up as sunshine returns under a new high pressure ridge by the end of the week. A new front will begin to drop into the region by the Memorial Day holiday weekend, bringing a heightened chance for rain by late Saturday into Sunday.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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