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Jackson, MS
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THURSDAY: A chilly start in the upper 30s and lower 40s will give way – by way of sunshine – highs in the 60s to near 70° this afternoon. Winds will be light and variable as high pressure settles over the area. Overnight – a few extra clouds will stream... Continue reading
Posted 13 hours ago at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
WELCOME TO SPRING TUESDAY: Behind a cold front, an upper disturbance will move over the area bringing with it more clouds, options for a few showers amid a cool, brisk NE wind. Highs will struggle to hit 60° in some spots. Gradually, clouds will clear out – winds subside, lows... Continue reading
BACK TO WORK & SCHOOL MONDAY: For many, it's back to work and school post-Spring Break; it'll feel more like the season we are nearing. Expect zones of fog to gradually mix out through the morning; giving way to a partly sunny day. A few storms will be possible along... Continue reading
Scattered storms arrive today... We are not expecting a constant all day type of rain, but plan of periods of showers and storms. Storms could become strong to severe; while this is not a setup for a widespread severe weather outbreak, some storms will have the potential for gutsy wind,... Continue reading
Warm and unsettled this weekend... Temperatures soar into the low 80s this afternoon along with a mix of sun and clouds. Expect and few hit and miss storms; it will not rain all day but be prepared for a passing storm including St. Patrick's Day events in Jackson. Additional scattered... Continue reading
FRIDAY: A disturbance will kick off scattered showers and storms through the day Friday – with it, the possibility of a few strong or severe storms may exist. Gusty winds and hail are the primary risks. Highs will top in the upper 60s and lower 70s amid a mostly cloudy... Continue reading
THURSDAY: High pressure begins to build off toward the east - while still in control, the eastward push bringing back warmth from the south. After starting off in the frosty 30s; we'll make big strides into the lower 70s by Thursday afternoon amid mostly sunny skies. Clouds increase overnight as... Continue reading
WEDNESDAY: Expect patchy frost to start off the day – sunshine will try to warm us up; but will likely only manage the upper 50s and lower 60s again. Clear skies and calm winds will allow for temperatures to dip into the lower to middle 30s, near freezing for many... Continue reading
Posted Mar 14, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
TUESDAY: After a chilly start with sunshine, expect a few clouds to sneak in through the day with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Afternoon clouds will clear with lows dropping close to the lower and middle 30s. WEDNESDAY: Expect patchy frost to start off the day –... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
MONDAY: Behind our cold front, the weather turns quiet throughout much of the week ahead. Clouds will quickly exit leading to sunshine for your Monday. Expect temperatures to run cooler, mainly in the middle and upper 50s amid a brisk northerly wind. Winds will slacken overnight with lows dropping into... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
Storms have weakened a bit since last night, but will continue to produce heavy rain that will shift into South Mississippi throughout the morning. The severe threat is decreasing, but a few strong storms are still possible south of I-20; large hail and gusty wind are the primary threats. Rain... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
As of 1:30 this morning, strong to severe storms are located north of I-20. These storms are producing large hail, gusty (potentially damaging) wind, frequent lightning, and heavy rain. Storms will continue to push south throughout the morning. The tornado risk is minimal, but we can't completely rule out a... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
Scattered showers along with a few storms arrive today. A few strong storms are possible, but the severe threat is limited through this afternoon. Stronger storms arrive late tonight and early Sunday morning; some storms could reach severe limits due to the threat for gusty wind and hail; we can't... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
FRIDAY: Yet another frosty start to your day; though, it all works out in the end. Expect mostly sunny skies and a breezy south flow to push in temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s. Clouds will gradually increase overnight as low drop to the upper 40s and lower... Continue reading
THURSDAY: A chilly start to your morning across the region; expect a rebound with mostly to partly sunny skies from the frosty 30s to near 60° by the afternoon hours; which is still below normal for early March standards. Expect another chilly night in the 30s by early Friday. FRIDAY:... Continue reading
WEDNESDAY: A quiet, yet chilly day expected across the region – highs will run close to 10° below normal for early March. Mainly sunny skies will only manage highs in the middle and upper 50s. Clear skies and light breezes may bring the chance for frost by early Thursday as... Continue reading
TUESDAY: A few lingering showers will be possible to start the day off as the front makes progress eastward out of the region. Clouds will gradually clear through the day with highs in the middle and upper 60s. With mostly skies and light breezes; lows will fall back into the... Continue reading
MONDAY: A cold front will make its way toward the region to start off the work week – expect a variably cloudy sky with hit and miss storm chance through much of the day. Storms will become more organized late in the day as the front gets closer. A strong,... Continue reading
FRIDAY: High pressure will barge onto the scene through Friday – bringing a nearly-full complement of sunshine to the region amid a cool northerly breeze. Highs will top out in the 60s; clear skies will allow for lows to fall back into the 30s by early Saturday morning. If you... Continue reading
THURSDAY: Our cold front will bring scattered showers and storms to the area through your Thursday – a gusty storm can't be ruled out but the severe weather threat is virtually zero. Clouds will stick around through the day with temperatures holding in the 60s to near 70. Our clouds... Continue reading
WEDNESDAY: After the warm front moves north, it'll open the area up to more warmth and moisture for mid-portion of the week. Expect mostly to variably cloudy skies with the chance of a few afternoon showers and storms. Highs will top out in the lower 80s. Storm chances increase overnight... Continue reading
Posted Feb 28, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
TUESDAY: Clouds will gradually increase through the day ahead of as a warm front pushes northward – bringing shower and storm chances back by the end of the day and through Tuesday night. Highs will top in the lower 70s. Showers and storms will be likely through Tuesday night as... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
MONDAY: High pressure will muscle its way into the region as rain comes to an end through the early morning hours. Expect gradual clearing from north to south with highs rebounding into the upper 60s and lower 70s. Mostly clear skies will take us into Monday night as lows dip... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
The severe threat is over, but rain will continue throughout the day. An additional 2 to potentially 3 inches are possible through Monday morning along with some flash flooding. Temperatures hold in the 50s to low 60s this afternoon. Rain ends Monday morning, but the pattern remains unsettled, leading to... Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog
A round of strong to severe storms arrives tonight... The main severe threat will occur after sunset into early Sunday morning. The threat is higher over North Mississippi, but still the potential for severe weather in Central and South Mississippi. Storms will be capable of producing gusty wind, hail, and... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2018 at MS News Now, First Alert Weather Blog